Johannes Berthel Maximilian Schöberl
How long one looks at images can be affected by many aspects. It would be interesting to know if the actual task, why you look at images, has an impact on the dwell time. This could be used to speed up image selection and sorting. Possible other influencing aspects are: Visual appeal, occurrence of faces or humans, emotional images or striking elements like red areas.
To find out which aspects affect dwell time, we did an experiment with 18 people. Using a Tobii eye tracker 4c we recorded how long a participant looked at each image of 27 total images. In addition to that we also asked questions about each image and the participants themselves. After our experiment took place we analyzed the collected data.
Gaze interaction Dwell time