An investigation of multi-modal gaze-supported zoom and pan interactions in ultrasound machines

@inproceedings{Halwani2017AnIO,
  title={An investigation of multi-modal gaze-supported zoom and pan interactions in ultrasound machines},
  author={Yasmin Halwani},
  year={2017}
}
  • Yasmin Halwani
  • Published 2017
  • Computer Science
  • We are investigating the potential and the challenges of integrating eye gaze tracking support into the interface of ultrasound machines used for routine diagnostic scans by sonographers. In this thesis, we follow a user-centred approach by first conducting a field study to understand the context of the end user. As a starting point to a gaze-supported interface, we focus on the zoom functions of ultrasound machines. We study gaze-supported approaches for the often-used zoom function in… CONTINUE READING

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