Estimating Workload Through Pupil Diameter

A Simple Model Relating Pupil Diameter to Mental Workload and Lighting Conditions

Citation / First Paper:

A first publication about this data collection project will be published at CHI 2016:

Bastian Pfleging, Drea K. Fekety, Albrecht Schmidt, Andrew L. Kun. 2016. A Simple Model Relating Pupil Diameter to Mental Workload and Lighting Conditions. In Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems. San Jose, CA, USA, May 7 – 12, 2016. ACM, New York, NY, USA.

Important Note and Copyright

Disclaimer: This data is property of the the involved authors and particularly the hciLab Group, Institute for Visualization and Interactive Systems, Unversity of Stuttgart, Germany. If you use this dataset, you agree to the license information available in the license file license.txt (and accompanying files) delivered with the dataset. If you would like to use the data set but need a different license for your specific use case, please contact us! You may use this data for scientific, non-commercial purposes, provided that you give credit to the owners when publishing any work based on this data as defined in the provided license files. We would also be very interested to hear back from you if you use our data in any way and are happy to answer any questions or address any remarks related to it.

Download the Dataset

Please contact Bastian Pfleging to get access to the dataset.