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In the blink of an eye: combining head motion and eye blink frequency for activity recognition with Google Glass
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We demonstrate how information about eye blink frequency and head motion patterns derived from Google Glass sensors can be used to distinguish different types of high level activities. Expand
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Smarter eyewear: using commercial EOG glasses for activity recognition
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We present a first evaluation of soon commercially available Electrooculography (EOG) glasses (J!NS MEME) for the use in activity recognition. Expand
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Making Regular Eyeglasses Smart
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The authors discuss the vast application potential of multipurpose smart eyeglasses that integrate into the form factor of traditional spectacles and provide frequently needed sensing and interaction. Expand
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My reading life: towards utilizing eyetracking on unmodified tablets and phones
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We present our work towards building an open library for eye tracking on unmodified tablets and smart phones to support some of the applications advanced functionality. Expand
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MEME: smart glasses to promote healthy habits for knowledge workers
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We propose the use of our prototype smart glasses to monitor and prevent unhealthy working habits related to CVS and Text-Neck. Expand
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MEME: eye wear computing to explore human behavior
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We use J!NS MEME prototypes, smart glasses with integrated electrodes to detect eye movements, in application cases from reading detection over ergonomics to talking recognition for social interaction tracking. Expand
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Electrooculography dataset for reading detection in the wild
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We introduce a dataset which contains 220 hours of sensor signals from JINS MEME electrooculography glasses and corresponding ground truth activity labels. Expand
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Quantifying reading habits: counting how many words you read
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We present an approach capable of estimating the words read by a user, evaluate it in an user independent approach over 3 experiments with 24 users over 5 different devices (e-ink reader, smartphone, tablet, paper, computer screen). Expand
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Smart Eyewear for Interaction and Activity Recognition
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We show applications using an early prototype of J!NS MEME, smart glasses with integrated electrodes to detect eye movements (Electrooculography, EOG) and motion sensors (accelerometer and gyroscope) to monitor head motions. Expand
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Reading Activity Recognition Using an Off-the-Shelf EEG -- Detecting Reading Activities and Distinguishing Genres of Documents
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The document analysis community spends substantial resources towards computer recognition of any type of text (e.g. characters, handwriting, document structure etc.). Expand
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