Evaluating Eyegaze Targeting to Improve Mouse Pointing for Radiology Tasks

@article{Tan2009EvaluatingET,
  title={Evaluating Eyegaze Targeting to Improve Mouse Pointing for Radiology Tasks},
  author={Yan Tan and Geoffrey Tien and Arthur E. Kirkpatrick and Bruce Forster and M. Stella Atkins},
  journal={Journal of Digital Imaging},
  year={2009},
  volume={24},
  pages={96-106}
}
In current radiologists’ workstations, a scroll mouse is typically used as the primary input device for navigating image slices and conducting operations on an image. Radiological analysis and diagnosis rely on careful observation and annotation of medical images. During analysis of 3D MRI and CT volumes, thousands of mouse clicks are performed everyday, which can cause wrist fatigue. This paper presents a dynamic control-to-display (C-D) gain mouse movement method, controlled by an eyegaze… CONTINUE READING