Eye-tracking databases

Database 1

Coutrot & Guyader, Journal of Vision 2014

Coutrot & Guyader, WIAMIS 2013

 

Dynamic natural scenes

60 videos split in 4 visual categories:

- one moving object (clips 1 to 15),

- several moving objects (clips 16 to 30),

- landscapes (clips 31 to 45),

- faces (clips 46 to 60).

Each video has been seen in 4 auditory conditions (cf. image above).

Video files can be downloaded here (2.15 Go).

 

Eye-tracking data

72 participants (18 different participants per auditory condition).

Task: free-viewing

Matlab structure Coutrot_Database1.mat

Coutrot_Database1.(Auditory_Condition).(clip_nb).data

 --> 3D vector: 2 x n_frames x n_participants

1st dimension = (x,y) coordinates,

2nd dimension = frames,

3rd dimension = participants.

For other formats (.txt, .asc...) or other eye movement parameters (fixation duration, saccade amplitude...) please contact me.

 

Eye movements have been recorded at 1000 Hz by an EyeLink 1000. Participants were sat 57 cm away from the screen (21" CRT monitor, screen res=1024 x 768,  screen size=400x300, 75 Hz). We recorded the eye movements of the dominant eye in monocular pupil–corneal reflection tracking mode.

Database 2

Coutrot & Guyader, EUSIPCO 2015

 

Meeting Scenes

15 videos of 4 persons having a meeting.

Each video has been seen in 2 auditory conditions: with the original soundtrack (AudioVisual), and without any sound (Visual).

Video files can be downloaded here (171.4 Mo).

Eye-tracking data

40 participants (20 different participants per auditory condition).

Task: free-viewing

Matlab structure Coutrot_Database2.mat

Coutrot_Database2.(Auditory_Condition).(clip_nb).data

 --> 3D vector: 2 x n_frames x n_participants

1st dimension = (x,y) coordinates,

2nd dimension = frames,

3rd dimension = participants.

For other formats (.txt, .asc...) or other eye movement parameters (fixation duration, saccade amplitude...) please contact me.

 

Eye movements have been recorded at 1000 Hz by an EyeLink 1000. Participants were sat 57 cm away from the screen (16 :10 LCD ViewSonic VX2268wm, 22" screen res=1280×1024, screen size=475x300, 60 Hz). We recorded the eye movements of the dominant eye in monocular pupil–corneal reflection tracking mode.

Database 3

Coutrot, Binetti, Harrison, Mareschal & Johnston, in press at Journal of Vision

Binetti, Harrison, Coutrot, Johnston & Mareschal, Royal Society Open Science 2016

 

Face videos

35 videos of 8 actors (4 females, 4 males) gazing at the observers for a variable amount of time (between 100 and 10,300 ms).

Width x Height = 429 × 720 pixels, frame rate = 30 Hz.

Eye-tracking data

405 participants recorded at the Science Museum of London.

Task: rating the level of comfort they felt with the actor’s duration of direct gaze.

Download stimuli, eye positions, pupil size and demographics (here, 32.4 Mo).

 

Demographics contains observers' age, gender, nationality, face rating scores (dominance / threat / attractiveness / trustworthiness), personality scores (extraversion / conscientiousness / neuroticism / openess / agreeableness) as well as actor's id and gender.

Eye movements have been recorded at 250 Hz by an EyeLink 1000 (here downsampled to 60 Hz). Participants were sat 57 cm away from the screen (19” LCD monitor, screen res=1280×1024, 60 Hz). We recorded the eye movements of one eye in monocular pupil–corneal reflection tracking mode.