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AUGHUMAN
2010
9 years 8 months ago
Aided eyes: eye activity sensing for daily life
Our eyes collect a considerable amount of information when we use them to look at objects. In particular, eye movement allows us to gaze at an object and shows our level of intere...
Yoshio Ishiguro, Adiyan Mujibiya, Takashi Miyaki, ...
IJCM
2007
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9 years 10 months ago
Perceptual image retrieval using eye movements
Abstract. This paper explores the feasibility of using an eye tracker as an image retrieval interface. A database of image similarity values between 1000 Corel images is used in th...
Oyewole Oyekoya, Fred Stentiford
BCSHCI
2007
9 years 12 months ago
Eye tracking in practice
This paper describes the practical side of eye tracker use in the field of human computer interaction. The paper relates to usability evaluations in practice covering those topics...
James A. Renshaw, N. Webb
ETRA
2008
ACM
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10 years 4 days ago
Limbus/pupil switching for wearable eye tracking under variable lighting conditions
We present a low-cost wearable eye tracker built from off-the-shelf components. Based on the open source openEyes project (the only other similar effort that we are aware of), our...
Wayne J. Ryan, Andrew T. Duchowski, Stanley T. Bir...
ACMACE
2006
ACM
10 years 2 months ago
Use of eye movements for video game control
We present a study that explores the use of a commercially available eye tracker as a control device for video games. We examine its use across multiple g...
J. David Smith, T. C. Nicholas Graham
ETRA
2000
ACM
59views Biometrics» more  ETRA 2000»
10 years 2 months ago
Text input methods for eye trackers using off-screen targets
Text input with eye trackers can be implemented in many ways such as on-screen keyboards or context sensitive menu-selection techniques. We propose the use of off-screen targets a...
Poika Isokoski
NORDICHI
2004
ACM
10 years 3 months ago
Visual attention tracking during program debugging
This paper reports on a study which compared two tools for tracking the focus of visual attention - a remote eye tracker and the Restricted Focus Viewer (RFV). The RFV tool blurs ...
Roman Bednarik, Markku Tukiainen
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