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<p>The video is free to use, but you must cite this paper:</p> <p>’t Hart, B.M. & Einhäuser, W. (2012). <em>Mind the step: complementary effects of an implicit task on eye and head movements in real-life gaze allocation.</em> Exp Brain Res, 223: 233.</p> <p><a href="https://doi.org/10.1007/s00221-012-3254-x" rel="nofollow">https://doi.org/10.1007/s00221-012-3254-x</a></p> <p>There are several different formats with the same video. For use in PowerPoint the H264 version might be best.</p> <p>The video shows gaze direction (head and eye movements) in two conditions in the real-world task of walking. The two videos on the left show videos recorded from the first-person perspective of a person walking on a cobble-stone road and the two videos on the right were recorded when walking on the adjacent, irregular steps. The two bottom videos show the image recorded from a head-fixed, wide-angle camera, illustrating head movements, while the two images on the top show images recorded with eye-centred cameras, capturing direction of gaze. This demonstrates how much influence a simple task has on visual attention.</p>
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