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The Eyes are the Windows to the Soul

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  • Eye tracking is the process of measuring either the point of gaze ("where we are looking") or the motion of an eye relative to the head. An eye tracker is a device for measuring  eye positions and eye movements. Eye trackers are used in research on the visual system, in psychology, in cognitive linguistics and in product design
  • Visual Construction : Looking up and to the left. The person is accessing information from their imagination and might possibly be making it up. For example, if you asked someone what their dream home would look like they would, more than likely, look up and to their left.If someone is lying about something and making stories up they might be using this eye movement.(VR) Visual Remembering : Looking up and to the right. This is when we are actually accessing a memory and picturing it in our heads. It is more than likely that this is a memory that actually happened. Ask your friend what they had for dinner yesterday and they will most likely look up and to the right.
  • Visual Construction : Looking up and to the left. The person is accessing information from their imagination and might possibly be making it up. For example, if you asked someone what their dream home would look like they would, more than likely, look up and to their left.(VR) Visual Remembering : Looking up and to the right. This is when we are actually accessing a memory and picturing it in our heads. It is more than likely that this is a memory that actually happened. seelookshowclearviewreaddarkappearpictureeyeobviousshapesightimaginebrightscreenmirrorreflectbrilliantblindshadowperspectiverevealglancedawnfocusedblankinsightflashoutlookvividdimsparklingtransparentscanoverlookopaqueperipherydrabhazyilluminatelucidtwinklesnap-shotfoggymyopicprescientfarsightedenvisionnearsighted
  • Visual Construction : Looking up and to the left. The person is accessing information from their imagination and might possibly be making it up. For example, if you asked someone what their dream home would look like they would, more than likely, look up and to their left.If someone is lying about something and making stories up they might be using this eye movement.(VR) Visual Remembering : Looking up and to the right. This is when we are actually accessing a memory and picturing it in our heads. It is more than likely that this is a memory that actually happened. Ask your friend what they had for dinner yesterday and they will most likely look up and to the right.
  • Visual Construction : Looking up and to the left. The person is accessing information from their imagination and might possibly be making it up. For example, if you asked someone what their dream home would look like they would, more than likely, look up and to their left.If someone is lying about something and making stories up they might be using this eye movement.(VR) Visual Remembering : Looking up and to the right. This is when we are actually accessing a memory and picturing it in our heads. It is more than likely that this is a memory that actually happened. Ask your friend what they had for dinner yesterday and they will most likely look up and to the right.
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