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Eye-tracking Heatmap on Pablo Picasso Paintings

Mengmeng Zhao, Julie Rice, & Andrew Hurley

Eye-tracking Heatmap on Pablo Picasso Paintings by Mengmeng Zhao, Julie Rice, & Andrew Hurley This image illustrates an eye-tracking visualization depicted on five of Pablo Picasso’s paintings. By utilizing eye-tracking technology, the time each participant spent looking at the work of art can be analyzed. A heat map then can be generated from aggregating the gaze points by using Tobii Pro Glasses Analyzer. Following an easy-to-read color coded scheme, heat maps serve as an excellent medium to visualize which elements of the stimulus were able to draw attention. While red areas suggest a high number of gaze points and therefore an increased level of interest, yellow and green areas point toward flattening visual attention.
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