Try the simple experiment here.
The next step is getting the tracking data out, from the experiment. The data would be x,y positions of gaze associated with a particular stimulus rather than numerical scores like those used in the experiment.
I am proposing the use of IndexedDB for this purpose by creating an object store for each stimulus/image (and then exporting it), and then using the data at the end of experiment to show heatmaps for each stimulus/image.
To the community,
Please suggest any alternate techniques if you think will work better.
I started this thread branching off of the main eye tracking thread because this will more likely concentrate on using webgazer.js and other libraries within Pavlovia.