VisionSpace / Wahrnehmungslabor
The VisionSpace at FH JOANNEUM is a research and development platform in the fields of perception, visualization, virtual- and augmented reality, interaction design, media design, multimedia- and game-based-learning as well as usability and user experience.
It offers a wide range of possible use cases and mainly focuses on bridging the gap between theory and application.
The main infrastructure consists of a 140qm laboratory with an integrated 2D/3D back-projection-system (6 by 3 meters, passive stereo), fully customizable 8-channel sound system, 6-DOF tracking systems (Polhemus, PSTech), AR- and VR-systems (Oculus, HTC, Epson), eye-tracking systems (Tobii, SMI) and a biosignal amplifier system (BIOPAC).
Due to its modular design and the equipment available, VisionSpace can easily be adjusted to support different project setups and scenarios. Other components, either hard- or software, can easily be integrated on demand.
Contact: DI Jochen Martin
Project Team 2003-2007: DI Jochen Martin, Mag. Tanja Schönbacher, Dr. Alexander K. Nischelwitzer, Gerhard Sprung, Dr. Jutta Pauschenwein, Dr. Heimo Sandtner, MSc Anastasia Sfiri, DI Andreas Behmel.
Supported by: FFG within the FHplus programme
> Presentation Extension for Tobii Pro
Eye tracker extension for Tobii Pro for the stimuli presentation software Presentation by Neurobehavioral Systems. The eye tracker extension can be used to directly connect Presentation to Tobii Pro eye trackers and get gaze information in real time.
> Tobii Eye Tracker Extension for Presentation (unsupported old version)
Tobii Eye Tracker Extension for the stimuli presentation software Presentation by Neurobehavioral Systems. The eye tracker extension can be used to directly connect Presentation to the Tobii eye tracker and get gaze information in real time.
> Tobii Workspace Extension for Presentation (unsupported old version)
The workspace extension uses the ClearView trigger API to allow Presentation to control recording of gaze data in Tobii’s ClearView or TobiiStudio application.
Fotos: Project Folder and Anika Kronberger
Text: Jochen Martin