Ag students invent new glasses for a new perspective on consumer behavior

New eye-tracking glasses include special lenses and cameras and they allow someone to view the world through another person’s perspective.

Charles Denney shows us how a Tennessee school is using these glasses in ag research on consumer behavior.

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