A Self-initializing Eyebrow Tracker for Binary Switch Emulation

@inproceedings{Lombardi2002ASE,
  title={A Self-initializing Eyebrow Tracker for Binary Switch Emulation},
  author={Jonathan W. Lombardi and Margrit Betke},
  year={2002}
}
We designed the Eyebrow-Clicker, a camera-based human computer interface system that implements a new form of binary switch. When the user raises his or her eyebrows, the binary switch is activated and a selection command is issued. The Eyebrow-Clicker thus replaces the \click" functionality of a mouse. The system initializes itself by detecting the user's eyes and eyebrows, tracks these features at frame rate, and recovers in the event of errors. The initialization uses the natural blinking of… CONTINUE READING

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