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What are you looking at? Jason Huang, Jens Schumacher, Robert Allison, Jim Zacher
 

Summary: What are you looking at?
Jason Huang, Jens Schumacher, Robert Allison, Jim Zacher
Center for Vision Research, York University
CRESTech-supported research
Eye-movement research is not a new topic. Fixation, saccade, smooth
pursuit and blinking are of great interest to researchers and are widely
studied. We are interested in how the saccade eye movement can be used
in VR research and how to estimate the human eye gaze position (point of
regard) in a dynamic situation (the head is not stationary).
Introduction
Equipments
Project description
We use the EL-MAR (Vision 2000) eye tracker: a video-based head-mounted
eye tracking system (VTS). Binocular horizontal and vertical eye position
estimates are derived from the relative positions of multiple corneal reflections
and the center of the pupil.
For the head free eye tracking project, InterSense IS900 tracker is used. It is
a Large Area Tracking system, which uses ultrasound and inertial sensors to
determine the position and orientation (6DOF) of trackers within the lab
Project implementation

  

Source: Allison, Robert - Department of Computer Science, York University (Toronto)

 

Collections: Computer Technologies and Information Sciences; Biology and Medicine