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Researchers at the Open University are running an experiment this month to investigate how people view art exhibitions with the use of Mobile Eye-Tracking technology.

Participants will be invited to view an exhibition arranged at the campus while their eye-movement is recorded.

Exhibited works are accredited to Newcastle-based artist Susi Bellamy.

When the study finishes, organisers will share their findings with participants and will be happy to describe what the Eye-Tracking studies reveal about human behaviour inside art galleries.

If you are interested in participating, email jakub.krukar@northumbira.ac.uk to book a date between January 23 and February 7.

The experiment is not expected to take longer than an hour and participants will be compensated £6 for their time.