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Volume 19, Issue 3 | October 2019

ATiC Swansea: A Noldus Reference Lab

We are happy to announce that the Assistive Technologies Innovation Centre (ATiC) in Swansea (Wales, UK) is the first of a series of Noldus Reference Labs. As a valued partner of Noldus, ATiC uses our A/V recording, playback, and analysis tools and provides valuable feedback that helps us develop even better solutions for behavioral research.


Powerful software to code & analyze

To take advantage of the latest video technology, we have released a new version of The Observer XT. It now offers higher speed and playback quality, and much better export and import opportunities. An improved user interaction offers even more user-friendliness. Check out the website for more details.

New release of FaceReader Online - coming soon

New release of FaceReader Online coming soon

With FaceReader Online you can easily incorporate facial expression analysis in your remote UX or market research. Observe participants visiting websites or answering questions. Make selections based on your own independent variables, and easily spot significant differences between responses to stimuli. Interested? The new release will be available for testing in October!

Portable Viso Lab
Record sessions on the go

With our compact and easy to set up Portable Viso Lab, you can record sessions anywhere you want, in multiple spaces simultaneously.  Once on location, just open the suitcase, set up the equipment, plug in, and record!

New release of TrackLab

New release of TrackLab

Are you looking for a complete, powerful tracking solution for your research? Discover TrackLab 2.3 now! Rely on highly accurate data and gain real-time insights into a wide range of spatial behaviors. This includes social interactions, consumer behavior, space utilization, and many more. Check out our website for more information!

Blog how to measure emotions
Measuring emotions needs variation

Measuring emotions is not always straightforward and easy. How can we handle the challenge to measure them anyway? In this first of a series of blog posts, Patrick Zimmerman will outline the tools available, explain more about the different views on the nature of emotions, and why variation is normal and needed. Stay tuned!

Measuring Behavior 2020 – Call for Papers

Measuring Behavior 2020, the international interdisciplinary conference on tools and methods in behavioral research, will be held in Krakow (Poland) from May 27 – 29, 2020. Submission for oral and poster presentations is open until January 2020.

Let's meet!
Event overview

In the upcoming weeks, you can find us at the following events:

Let's meet up!

Behavioral research blog
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