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Helping people with ICT device control by eye gaze

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posted on 31.07.2006, 15:04 by Fangmin Shi, Alastair Gale, Kevin Purdy
This paper presents a computer method to help people, typically having limited mobility, to be able to operate ICT devices with eye gaze in their living/work environment. The user’s eye gaze is recorded and analyzed in real-time. Any ICT device in the environment that is being looked at for a certain time period is identified, located and assumed to be the object of interest that the user wants to utilise. Through a suitable interface, the user can then decide whether to operate the device. By using this state-of-the-art technology, people with impaired mobility, or able bodied people whose movements are restricted can attain a more independent life style.

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MISENBERGER et al, 2006. Helping people with ICT device control by eye gaze. IN: Proceedings of ICCHP 10th International Conference 11-13 July, Linz, Austria

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© Springer

Publication date

2006

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This is a refereed conference paper.

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3-540-36020-4

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en

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