A Self-Calibrating, Camera-Based Eye Tracker for the Recording of Rodent Eye Movements

@inproceedings{Zoccolan2010ASC,
  title={A Self-Calibrating, Camera-Based Eye Tracker for the Recording of Rodent Eye Movements},
  author={Davide Zoccolan and Brett J. Graham and David D. Cox},
  booktitle={Front. Neurosci.},
  year={2010}
}
Much of neurophysiology and vision science relies on careful measurement of a human or animal subject's gaze direction. Video-based eye trackers have emerged as an especially popular option for gaze tracking, because they are easy to use and are completely non-invasive. However, video eye trackers typically require a calibration procedure in which the subject must look at a series of points at known gaze angles. While it is possible to rely on innate orienting behaviors for calibration in some… CONTINUE READING
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