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I'm looking for eye tracking service. I went online and couldn't really find much. It doesn't have to be free. Which is the best company that provides this service?

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closed as not constructive by JonW Mar 12 '12 at 17:23

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what are the qualities of a "best" eye tracking service? What are your requirements (other than "doesn't have to be free")? If you rewrite your question as a solvable problem rather than an open ended solicitation of examples de jure then it might get reopened. – Erics Mar 12 '12 at 17:28
Hi @Maroshii this question isn't a good fit for a Q&A website, this is more of a shopping recommendation type question. If you want to browse all the questions on here tagged with eye-tracking then you may find some good resources there, but questions requesting opinions and lists of examples aren't really suitable I'm afraid. But Erics is correct; if you're able to reword this as a solvable problem then we'll be happy to reopen it. 'Closed' doesn't mean this has been permanently locked out. – JonW Mar 12 '12 at 17:31
I didn't express myself correctly. It doesn't matter now, does it? No need to be condescendent. Have a good day. – Maroshii Mar 12 '12 at 17:42
@Maroshii The question was only closed because it was soliciting spam responses and it's safer to close the question and give you a chance to improve it than to leave it open to receive more spam. We'll be happy to re-open it, I'm sorry if it looks like a severe response but it needn't be thought of as such. – JonW Mar 12 '12 at 18:36
Tobii is holding an eye-tracker conference in Barcelona at the end of April. This might be of interest? Check out – Jørn E. Angeltveit Mar 12 '12 at 20:12

Have you looked at They offer an eye-tracking service which users the webcams of their testers (and thus can do remote testing).

They are currently going through some changes but I believe they are still offering their services.

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And how is it helpful to the OP, if you don't whether they're still offering the service? – dnbrv Mar 12 '12 at 17:34
their website says the team that did the dev for the technology got acquired by Facebook .. and also says that the gazehawk tech and biz didn't get acquired and is still a going concern. And the website is still up and offering the service. – Erics Mar 12 '12 at 17:53

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