Bionic Tracking: Using Eye Tracking to Track Biological Cells in Virtual Reality

@inproceedings{Gnther2020BionicTU,
  title={Bionic Tracking: Using Eye Tracking to Track Biological Cells in Virtual Reality},
  author={Ulrik G{\"u}nther and Kyle I. S. Harrington and R. Dachselt and I. Sbalzarini},
  booktitle={ECCV Workshops},
  year={2020}
}
We present Bionic Tracking, a novel method for solving biological cell tracking problems with eye tracking in virtual reality using commodity hardware. Using gaze data, and especially smooth pursuit eye movements, we are able to track cells in time series of 3D volumetric datasets. The problem of tracking cells is ubiquitous in developmental biology, where large volumetric microscopy datasets are acquired on a daily basis, often comprising hundreds or thousands of time points that span hours or… Expand

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