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We are very happy to announce we have released a new functionality in FaceReader Online! It is now possible to use eye tracking to track where on the screen people are looking. Currently the beta version is available for everyone to use at no additional costs. Read about the basic steps and technology in this blog.
We are happy to announce that you can now use the latest and best-performing FaceReader 9 engine for your online research. In addition, low-quality recordings do not cost credits.
This blog summarizes the main findings of our recent UX paper on testing websites with FaceReader Online
This is a nice example of a student project that combined the functionalities of FaceReader and FaceReader Online to search for an expression of engagement.
In this blog we give some tips on how to optimize your research with FaceReader Online by giving good instructions to your participants.
We have simplified our pricing model and now also include yearly credit bundles.
We are hosting a webinar on the 25th of March from 16:00-16:45 CEST that will give a walk-through of our UX update.
In addition to videos, you can now measure emotional responses towards questions and websites.
We are hosting a webinar on the 21th of June from 17:00- 17:45 CEST that will give a walk-through of our online emotion analysis service.
We are happy to announce that we have updated the analysis engine of FaceReader Online to FaceReader 8.
In this blog, some of the benefits and limitations of online research will be addressed.
Watch our new tutorial video to find out how to start using FaceReader Online with 3 simple steps.
Read about some interesting studies on emotion and marketing and find out why FaceReader Online can be useful.
In this blog post you can read about the changes we have made to the FaceReader Online environment.
This is our new blog that is part of some of the updates in our facial coding platform.