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An essential behavioural measure for researchers studying eye-hand coordination and the oculomotor system

With the Kinarm Gaze-Tracker installed in a Kinarm Lab, both motor and gaze measures are seamlessly integrated for effective experimental control and data analysis. There is no need to customize and coordinate multiple hardware solutions.


Specifications & Information Sheets

  • Sampling Rate: 500 Hz.
  • Subject Setup: Requires a quick 5 point calibration.
  • Resolution: 0.05°RMS; saccade resolution of 0.25°.
  • Accuracy: ~0.5° with minimal head movement; up to ~1° with extreme head motion.
  • Workspace Area: Elliptically shaped of ~50 cm x ~30 cm (~55° in the horizontal; ~40° in the vertical); the range does not cover the entire Virtual Reality workspace which is much larger (e.g. In the End-Point 76 cm x 44 cm); the gaze-tracker is centered in the middle of the Kinarm Lab workspace to optimize the range.
  • Recovery from Loss of Tracking: Fast recovery through use of target sticker.
  •  Electrical requirements: can be powered from the same circuit as Kinarm Lab. 
    • For North America: a surge protector is provided.

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Last Updated: October 30, 2019

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Clinical Applications

Kinarm Gaze-Tracker integrated into an Exoskeleton or End-Point Lab helps researchers better their findings in:

Investigate the relationship between impairments in upper limb and eye movement


Identify non-transient impairments and monitor recovery


Discrimination of subtle, but statistically significant impairments not detectable by manual observation

Published Research

Kinarm’s sophisticated technology labs have been used in more than 350 basic and clinical research publications.