An electrooculogram based assistive communication system with improved speed and accuracy using multi-directional eye movements

@article{Nathan2012AnEB,
  title={An electrooculogram based assistive communication system with improved speed and accuracy using multi-directional eye movements},
  author={Divya Swami Nathan and A. Prasad Vinod and Kavitha P. Thomas},
  journal={2012 35th International Conference on Telecommunications and Signal Processing (TSP)},
  year={2012},
  pages={554-558}
}
Human-Computer Interface (HCI) enables people to control computer applications using bio-electric signals recorded from the body. HCI can be a potential tool for people with severe motor disabilities to communicate to external world through bio-electric signals. In an Electrooculogram (EOG) based HCI, signals during various eye (cornea) movements are employed to generate control signals. This paper presents the design of an EOG-based typing system which uses a virtual keyboard for typing… CONTINUE READING

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