An innovative eye-tracker: Main features and demonstrative tests.

@article{Bellizzi2022AnIE,
  title={An innovative eye-tracker: Main features and demonstrative tests.},
  author={Lorenzo Bellizzi and Giuseppe Bevilacqua and Valerio Biancalana and Mario Carucci and Roberto Cecchi and Piero Chessa and Aniello Donniacuo and Marco Mandal{\`a} and L. Stiaccini},
  journal={The Review of scientific instruments},
  year={2022},
  volume={93 3},
  pages={
          035006
        }
}
We present a set of results obtained with an innovative eye-tracker based on magnetic dipole localization by means of an array of magnetoresistive sensors. The system tracks both head and eye movements with a high rate (100-200 Sa/s) and in real time. A simple setup is arranged to simulate head and eye motions and to test the tracker performance under realistic conditions. Multimedia material is provided to substantiate and exemplify the results. A comparison with other available technologies… 

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