Latest Gaze Stories
In 2011 — to the consternation of women everywhere — a systematic review of randomized clinical trials showed that routine mammography was of little value to younger women at average or low risk of breast cancer.
Consumer eye gaze tracking by Mirametrix is redefining how we interact with technology in the living room.
Though we all depend on reading people's faces, each of us sees others' faces a bit differently.
Following others' gaze direction is an important source of information that helps to detect prey or predators, to notice important social events within one's social group and to predict the next actions of others.
In primates including ourselves, the ability to register where others are looking is key in social circles. And, according to a new report published online on June 25th in Current Biology
We all know that people sometimes change their behavior when someone is looking their way. Now, a new study reported online on April 2nd in Current Biology, a Cell Press publication, shows that jackdaws
Directing a driverâ€™s gaze results in smoother steering - Study may inform the next generation of in-car driving assistance systems.
Birds can tell if you are watching them -- because they are watching you
A new study confirms that if you see it, you believe you had been looking at it
When a woman walks into a crowded room, what her eyes do in the first few seconds may determine how attractive she is to any man meeting her gaze.
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