A Human–Computer Interface Using Symmetry Between Eyes to Detect Gaze Direction

  title={A Human–Computer Interface Using Symmetry Between Eyes to Detect Gaze Direction},
  author={John J. Magee and Margrit Betke and James Gips and Matthew R. Scott and Benjamin N. Waber},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man, and Cybernetics - Part A: Systems and Humans},
In the cases of paralysis so severe that a person's ability to control movement is limited to the muscles around the eyes, eye movements or blinks are the only way for the person to communicate. Interfaces that assist in such communication are often intrusive, require special hardware, or rely on active infrared illumination. A nonintrusive communication interface system called EyeKeys was therefore developed, which runs on a consumer-grade computer with video input from an inexpensive… CONTINUE READING
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