James Laskey

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We introduce WebGazer, an online eye tracker that uses common webcams already present in laptops and mobile devices to infer the eye-gaze locations of web visitors on a page in real time. The eye tracking model self-calibrates by watching web visitors interact with the web page and trains a mapping between features of the eye and positions on the screen.(More)
Scalable Webcam Eye Tracking Using User Interactions Developing WebGazer, an online JavaScript library that performs webcam eye tracking based on user interactions, with a particular emphasis on aiming behavior. Other research activities and interests include web search, crowdsourcing, personal informatics through wearable devices, and usable security.(More)
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