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Welcome!

Hello, and WELCOME to 'The Games & Eye Tracking Corner'.

 

Before I explain exactly what my purpose here is, let me tell you a little about me.

My name is Samuel - you can all call me Sam - and I'm currently (because I don't know what I'll be in a couple of years) a PhD Student and researcher. My PhD work and research is intimately - or exclusively - related to video games and eye tracking; and how the second can be used as an evaluation tool for the first. I'm a portuguese native, and lived in Canada for quite a while before returning to the 'home land' :) As of today, I'm 26 years old, and to celebrate... I decided to open up this little corner in the big sphere of the WWW.

Moving on; I've been planning on creating a blog like this for quite some time. It's always good to let others now what you're working on, what you're doing and what you've done; where you've been and where you want to go. I thought today would be a great day to open shop and start sharing some ideas.

What IDEAS? Well, because I'm working on 'Eye Tracking' and 'Video Games', 90% of the stuff I publish here will most likely be related to either one of those areas.

Eye Tracking is a fascinating technique, and the potential of an eye tracker even more so. And video games, well... who doesn't like video games?

 

So that's about it.

I hope this space can offer its readers (that's you) all - or any - of the information they're looking for. If not, be sure to drop a comment. Discussions are what keep these spaces alive, so don't hesitate.

 

I'll see you around :)


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