Here, we offer tools that our department develops for non-commercial, scientific use. You can find information for each individual tool and compiled resources for download.
The Open TSST VR is an adaption of the Trier Social Stress Test (TSST) in a virtual setting. The Open TSST VR uses the Unity engine and was tested using the HMD HTC Vive pro Eye. An open access version will be available soon. The lastest stable build is being evaluated. For more information, see [here]
SPLOT is a method described and developed by Belopolsky (2020) that relies on cluster-based permutation testing and allows the analysis of eye-tracking with high temporal resolution without risking inflation of alpha error. The corresponding Matlab code was programmed by us and can be viewed along with helpful comments [here].