Tracking gaze while walking on a treadmill: Spatial accuracy and limits of use of a stationary remote eye-tracker

@article{Serchi2014TrackingGW,
  title={Tracking gaze while walking on a treadmill: Spatial accuracy and limits of use of a stationary remote eye-tracker},
  author={V. Serchi and A. Peruzzi and Andrea Cereatti and Ugo Della Croce},
  journal={2014 36th Annual International Conference of the IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology Society},
  year={2014},
  pages={3727-3730}
}
Inaccurate visual sampling and foot placement may lead to unsafe walking. Virtual environments, challenging obstacle negotiation, may be used to investigate the relationship between the point of gaze and stepping accuracy. A measurement of the point of gaze during walking can be obtained using a remote eye-tracker. The assessment of its performance and limits of applicability is essential to define the areas of interest in a virtual environment and to collect information for the analysis of the… CONTINUE READING

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