There Will Be Blood with gaze locations of 11 viewers
TheTIEMProject presents an excerpt from Paul Thomas Anderson’s There Will Be Blood (2007), in which the eye movements of 11 adult viewers (recorded using an Eyelink 1000 (SR Research) infra-red camera-based eyetracker), are superimposed over the scene, with each dot representing the center of one viewer’s gaze, and the size of each dot representing the length of time they have held fixation.
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