“Eye-Based Interaction in Graphical Systems: 20 Years Later Gaze Applications, Analytics, & Interaction” by Duchowski

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    Eye-Based Interaction in Graphical Systems: 20 Years Later Gaze Applications, Analytics, & Interaction

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    The course starts with an overview of eye-tracking applications, distinguishing eye movement analysis from synthesis in virtual reality, games, and other venues including mobile eye tracking. The focus is on four forms of applications: diagnostic (off-line measurement), active (selection, look to shoot), passive (foveated rendering, a.k.a. gaze- contingent displays), and expressive (gaze synthesis). The course covers basic eye movement analytics, e.g., fixation count and dwell time within AOIs, as well as advanced analysis using ambient/focal attention modeling. The course concludes with an overview and a demo of how to build an interactive application using Python.


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