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Attention as an input modality for Post-WIMP interfaces using the viGaze eye tracking framework

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Attention as an input modality for Post-WIMP interfaces using the viGaze eye tracking framework
Eye tracking is one of the most prominent modalities to track user attention while interacting with computational devices. Today, most of the current eye tracking frameworks focus on tracking the users gaze during website browsing or while performing other tasks and interactions with a digital device. Most frameworks have in common that they do not exploit gaze as an input modality. In this paper we describe the realization of a framework named viGaze. Its main goal is to provide an easy to use framework to exploit the use of eye gaze as an input modality in various contexts. Therefore it provides features to explore explicit and implicit interactions in complex virtual environments by using the eye gaze of a user for various interactions. The viGaze framework is flexible and can be easily extended to incorporate other input modalities typically used in Post-WIMP interfaces such as gesture or foot input. In this paper we describe the key components of our viGaze framework and addition...
Ioannis Giannopoulos, Johannes Schöning, Anto
Added 08 Apr 2016
Updated 08 Apr 2016
Type Journal
Year 2016
Where MTA
Authors Ioannis Giannopoulos, Johannes Schöning, Antonio Krüger, Martin Raubal
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