Check out Refractory a Journal of Entertainment Media, Volume 25, 2015

Themed Issue: Eye-Tracking the Moving Image

Guest Edited by Sean Redmond & Craig Batty

‘In a landmark special edition of Refractory, guest editors Sean Redmond and Craig Batty draw together articles that examine – from a range of interdisciplinary perspectives – how eye tracking can be employed to make better critical sense of the moving image. From discussions of Up! and Saving Private Ryan, to translation, subtitling and text; and from the cold eyes of Sherlock to the affecting sounds of war, the articles draw upon eye tracking data to see deeper into the moving image’.

Contents:

1.  Seeing into Things: Eye Tracking the Moving Image – Sean Redmond & Craig Batty

2.  Movement, Attention and Movies: the Possibilities and Limitations of Eye Tracking? – Adrian G. Dyer & Sarah Pink

3.  How We Came To Eye Tracking Animation: A Cross-Disciplinary Approach to Researching the Moving Image –  Craig Batty, Claire Perkins & Jodi Sita

4.  Sound and Sight: An Exploratory Look at Saving Private Ryan through the Eye-tracking Lens – Jenny Robinson, Jane Stadler & Andrea Rassell

5.  Subtitles on the Moving Image: An Overview of Eye Tracking Studies – Jan Louis Kruger, Agnieszka Szarkowska & Izabela Krejtz

6.  From Subtitles to SMS: Eye-Tracking, Texting and Sherlock – Tessa Dwyer

7.  Our Sherlockian Eyes: the Surveillance of Vision – Sean Redmond, Jodi Sita, & Kim Vincs

8.  Politicizing Eye-tracking Studies of Film – William Brown

9.  Read, Watch, Listen: A commentary on eye tracking and moving images – Tim J. Smith

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