The new human behavior multi-machine mega lab (Cab Lab) offers a diverse set of psycho physiological data collection technologies and a unique toolbox to answer some of the most interesting questions posed by academic, governmental, military and private-sector entities.
Check out the state of the art car simulator lab built at Stanford University using iMotions Biometric Research Platform. The simulator can record eye tracking, facial expressions, EEG and many other biometric data from the driver in sync with input events from the driving session.
iMotions delivers unprecedented value in human behavior academic research in the areas of Psychology, Consumer Neuroscience, Health, Engineering, Business & Organization & Human Computer Interaction
PhD, Deputy Director
Yale Center for Emotional Intelligence
“The biometric research platform from iMotions, allows us to easily get the data we need for our research. iMotions made it an easy choice – being able to combine EEG, the leading facial expression analysis technology, our choice of eye tracking hardware, and GSR so easily out of the box is just something that no one else does. Their support has been great, helping us the entire way. We highly recommend iMotions solutions.”
PhD, Associate Professor
Arizona State University
“In our Advancing Next Generation Learning Environments (ANGLE) lab, we employ state-of-the-art eye tracking systems and a large variety of biometric sensors (EEG, GSR). One of the major obstacles is the process of synchronizing the EEG and GSR signals with the eye tracking data. Fortunately, this is now done automatically in the iMotions software. As a result, we save considerable time and, more importantly, secure high quality data.”
Thomas Zoëga Ramsøy
PhD, Head of the Center for Decision Neuroscience, Copenhagen Business School
“The iMotions software platform provides very fast and easy research set-up and data extraction. In addition it offers impressive overall performance when we conduct studies with a substantial number of stimuli (100+). With the fully integrated survey module, iMotions has become our preferred lab software for stimulus presentation and response recording, even for studies without eye-tracking.”