2014 Symposium on Human Factors & Ergonomics in Health Care

By Jonathan Knopf
 
Eye tracking provides product designers with non-intrusive behavioral data collection in order to predict and detect failures. Resulting Gaze patterns help identify Potential Environment Distraction in the medical or clinical environments as well as various cultural differences.
 
At the recent HFES Symposium in Chicago, attendees found this poster to be helpful by demonstrating the importance of the clinician's experience with new technology. Following successful trends, Key Lime Interactive plans to use Eyetracking to further identify errors within all hardware developer scenarios.
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