Details about how this was created and what it tells us can be found on the blog post.
Monday, February 14, 2011
Guest blog on davidbordwell.net
As mentioned in my last post, David Bordwell asked me to write a guest post on his much read blog. Skip over to davidbordwell.net to see my overview of how recording eye movements during film viewing can inform our understanding of how we watch and make sense of films. As an example I analysed a sequence from PT Anderson's There Will Be Blood and visualised the gaze data using tools created as part of the Dynamic Images and Eye Movements (DIEM) project. To give you a sneak preview, here is a "peekthrough heatmap" made from the gaze data of 11 viewers.