Trajectory prediction of saccadic eye movements using a compressed exponential model.

  title={Trajectory prediction of saccadic eye movements using a compressed exponential model.},
  author={Peng Han and Daniel Robert Saunders and Russell L. Woods and Gang Luo},
  journal={Journal of vision},
  volume={13 8}
Gaze-contingent display paradigms play an important role in vision research. The time delay due to data transmission from eye tracker to monitor may lead to a misalignment between the gaze direction and image manipulation during eye movements, and therefore compromise the contingency. We present a method to reduce this misalignment by using a compressed exponential function to model the trajectories of saccadic eye movements. Our algorithm was evaluated using experimental data from 1,212… CONTINUE READING

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