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I think this would be really useful to UX researchers! The folks I know in that space often set up screen-sharing sessions with users, and watch them interact with the UI in real time. Adding gaze tracking to this process seems like a natural progression, allowing the researchers to see where the user expects a button or UI feature to be, even if the user can't articulate that in real time.

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