The ET4S proceedings 2018 have been published through the ETH Zurich Research Collection. The proceeedings as a whole can be cited as
Kiefer, P., Giannopoulos, I., Göbel, F., Raubal, M., and Duchowski, A.T., eds. (2018) ET4S Eye Tracking for Spatial Research, Proceedings of the 3rd International Workshop, ETH Zurich, Zurich, Switzerland (DOI: 10.3929/ethz-b-000222256)
Each paper has been assigned a DOI. Please click on the links below to access the individual papers.
- p. 1: Roman Bednarik (Keynote Abstract): Predicting user states from gaze and other multimodal data
- p. 2-8: Tanja Blascheck, Michael Burch, Tobias Meisel, Tobias Schneider, and Safak Mumin: Exploring Eye Movements with Node-Link Graph Layouts
- p. 9-15: Christoph Strauch, Anke Huckauf, Krzysztof Krejtz, and Andrew T. Duchowski: Towards a Selection Mechanism Integrating Focal Fixations, Pupil Size, and Microsaccade Dynamics
- p. 16-21: Merve Keskin, and Kristien Ooms: Possibilities of eye tracking and EEG integration for visual search on 2D maps
- p. 22-27: Annina Brügger, Kai-Florian Richter, and Sara Irina Fabrikant: Which egocentric direction suffers from visual attention during aided wayfinding?
- p. 28-33: Ismini E. Lokka, and Arzu Çöltekin: A virtual reality experiment for improving the navigational recall: What can we learn from eye movements of high- and low-performing individuals?
- p. 34-39: Sonja Schmidt, and Rul von Stülpnagel: Risk Perception and Gaze Behavior during Urban Cycling – A Field Study
- p. 40-45: Vassilios Krassanakis, Loukas-Moysis Misthos, and Maria Menegaki: LandRate toolbox: an adaptable tool for eye movement analysis and landscape rating
- p. 46-51: Loukas-Moysis Misthos, Alexandros Pavlidis, Maria Menegaki, and Vassilios Krassanakis: Exploring the Perception of Mining Landscapes Using Eye Movement Analysis
- p. 52-57: Kristien Ooms, Julia Åhlén, and Stefan Seipel: Detecting Collapsed Buildings in Case of Disaster: Which Visualisation Works Best?
- p. 58-63: Flavio Ferrari, Kevin P. C. Spillmann, Chiara P. Knecht, Kenan Bektas, and Celine M. Muehlethaler: Improved Pilot Training using Head and Eye Tracking System
- p. 64-69: Raffaella Balzarini, and Francis Jambon: From Map to Sky: an Empirical Study on Visual Strategies of Expert Pilots
- p. 70-71: Vsevolod Peysakhovich, Frederic Dehais, and Andrew T. Duchowski: ArUco/Gaze Tracking in Real Environments
- p. 72: Stanislav Popelka, Jitka Dolezalova, and Marketa Beitlova: Extended possibilities of ScanGraph – a tool for revealing respondents’ strategy from eye-movement data
- p. 73: Kenan Bektaş, and Arzu Çöltekin: GeoGCD: Geographic Gaze Contingent Display
- p. 74: Fabian Göbel, Nikolaos Bakogiannis, Katharina Henggeler, Roswita Tschümperlin, Yang Xu, Peter Kiefer, and Martin Raubal: A Public Gaze-Controlled Campus Map