Gaze Tracking System Model Based on Physical Parameters

@article{Villanueva2007GazeTS,
  title={Gaze Tracking System Model Based on Physical Parameters},
  author={Arantxa Villanueva and Rafael Cabeza and Sonia Porta},
  journal={IJPRAI},
  year={2007},
  volume={21},
  pages={855-877}
}
In the past years, research in eye tracking development and applications has attracted much attention and the possibility of interacting with a computer employing just gaze information is becoming more and more feasible. Efforts in eye tracking cover a broad spectrum of fields, system mathematical modeling being an important aspect in this research. Expressions relating to several elements and variables of the gaze tracker would lead to establish geometric relations and to find out symmetrical… CONTINUE READING

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