Tiger: Wearable Glasses for the 20-20-20 Rule to Alleviate Computer Vision Syndrome

@inproceedings{Min2019TigerWG,
  title={Tiger: Wearable Glasses for the 20-20-20 Rule to Alleviate Computer Vision Syndrome},
  author={Chulhong Min and Euihyeok Lee and Souneil Park and Seungwoo Kang},
  booktitle={MobileHCI '19},
  year={2019}
}
  • Chulhong Min, Euihyeok Lee, +1 author Seungwoo Kang
  • Published in MobileHCI '19 2019
  • Computer Science
  • We propose Tiger, an eyewear system for helping users follow the 20-20-20 rule to alleviate the Computer Vision Syndrome symptoms. It monitors user's screen viewing activities and provides real-time feedback to help users follow the rule. For accurate screen viewing detection, we devise a light-weight multi-sensory fusion approach with three sensing modalities, color, IMU, and lidar. We also design the real-time feedback to effectively lead users to follow the rule. Our evaluation shows that… CONTINUE READING

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