The wordometer 2.0: estimating the number of words you read in real life using commercial EOG glasses

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On the basis of the motivation to increase daily reading volumes, this paper introduces an implementation of "Wordometer 2.0," which counts the number of read words in a day. While word count estimation using eye tracking glasses or medical EOG (Electrooculography) sensors has been already proposed, our aim is to implement the idea on an affordable device… (More)
DOI: 10.1145/2968219.2971398

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@inproceedings{Ishimaru2016TheW2, title={The wordometer 2.0: estimating the number of words you read in real life using commercial EOG glasses}, author={Shoya Ishimaru and Kai Kunze and Koichi Kise and Andreas Dengel}, booktitle={UbiComp Adjunct}, year={2016} }