Often, gaze attention is visualized using heat maps. However, this quickly becomes inadequate when stimuli aren't static images, such as photographs or web pages. A heat map shows an average over time, and is not particularly suitable to visualize responses to video stimuli. Having explored gaze responses to the famous courtship displays of jumping spiders with an eyetracker, I'm now working on the challenge of visually representing space-time data. Have a sneak peek at some work-in-progress insights using animated GIFs and interactive 3D plots at https://arachnarchy.shinyapps.io/stc_feed/.
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