Data on eye movements in people with glaucoma and peers with normal vision

Data Brief. 2018 May 18;19:1266-1273. doi: 10.1016/j.dib.2018.05.076. eCollection 2018 Aug.

Abstract

Eye movements of glaucoma patients have been shown to differ from age-similar control groups when performing everyday tasks, such as reading (Burton et al., 2012; Smith et al., 2014) [1], [2], visual search (Smith et al., 2012) [3], face recognition (Glen et al., 2013) [4], driving, and viewing static images (Smith et al., 2012) [5]. Described here is the dataset from a recent publication in which we compared the eye-movements of 44 glaucoma patients and 32 age-similar controls, while they watched a series of short video clips taken from television programs (Crabb et al., 2018) [6]. Gaze was recorded at 1000 Hz using a remote eye-tracker. We also provide demographic information and results from a clinical examination of vision for each participant.

Keywords: Eye movements; Eye tracking; Glaucoma; Scanpaths; Visual fields.