Integrating Eye Tracking with Real-Time Neuroimaging and Simulated Driving: A New Paradigm for Auto Industry Testing

Principal Investigator: Elizabeth Walshe, PhD, Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia

This study aims to integrate eye tracking technology into the millisecond-sensitive neuroimaging methods (magnetoencephalography: MEG) and simulated driving paradigm, and test the feasibility and synchronization of the eye tracking, MEG imaging, and simulated driving data in a baseline sample of teen drivers.

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This Center is made possible through a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) which unites CHOP, University of Pennsylvania, and The Ohio State University researchers with R&D leaders in the automotive and insurance industries to translate research findings into tangible innovations in safety technology and public education programs.

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