Eye-Tracking Release 1
The eye-tracking data are publicly available to the research community. Please cite the following references if you use this database in your research.
- H. Liu and I. Heynderickx, "TUD Image Quality Database: Eye-Tracking Release 1", http://mmi.tudelft.nl/iqlab/eye_tracking_1.html.
- H. Liu and I. Heynderickx, "Studying the Added Value of Visual Attention in Objective Image Quality Metrics Based on Eye Movement Data", in Proc. IEEE International Conference on Image Processing, pp. 3097-3100, November 2009.
Database: TUD LIVE Eye Tracking
The files are password protected. To get the password you can contact Hantao Liu (Hantao.Liu@tudelft.nl)
Eye-tracking data were collected in order to better understand how people look to images under natural viewing conditions. In the experiment, the twenty-nine source images of the LIVE image quality assessment database  were used as stimuli, and twenty participants were requested to look at the images in a natural way (“view it as you normally would”). A map indicating the natural scene saliency (NSS) was derived from the eye-tracking data.
More details on the experimental set-up and results can be found in the references given above.
: Laboratory for Image & Video Engineering