Eye “R” Glasses: Development of an Infrared Sensor System for Detecting the Human Body

@inproceedings{Wong2013EyeG,
  title={Eye “R” Glasses: Development of an Infrared Sensor System for Detecting the Human Body},
  author={R.C.S. Wong},
  year={2013}
}
Throughout the years, sensors have been an integral part of automation, alert, and medical systems. Many of these systems measure physiological characteristics of the human body to alert themselves of their current conditions. Drowsy driver systems, for instance, measure the eyes and facial movements with a camera to determine if the driver is falling asleep at the wheel. Electroencephalography (EEG), electrooculography (EOG), and electromyography (EMG) employ electrodes on the human body to… Expand

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