Interpreting eye movements of traffic participants
Abstract There is an increased use of eye movement recordings in the applied field of science. Besides an increase in the volume of research, the range of tasks being studied has also expanded. With the introduction of portable eye mark recorders, we have the opportunity to follow the eye movements of subjects behaving 'normally' in daily tasks. However, with the collection of this new type of performance data, a number of practical as well as theoretical difficulties have emerged.