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Knowing the user's point of gaze has significant potential to enhance current human-computer interfaces, given that eye movements can be used as an indicator of the atten-tional state of a user. The primary obstacle of integrating eye movements into today's interfaces is the availability of a reliable, low-cost open-source eye-tracking system. Towards(More)
Eye tracking has long held the promise of being a useful methodology for human-computer interaction ranging from explicit control of computer interfaces to adaptive interfaces based on the user's attentional state. A number of barriers have stood in the way of the integration of eye tracking into everyday applications, including the intrusiveness,(More)
This pilot study shows (1) similarities among adults in the patterns of organization of the past, present, and future based upon individual imagery and spatial representation of their personal perspective of their lives and (2) a relationship between perceived health and future-orientation, i.e., how far into their future a person imagines self still to be(More)
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