Fuzzy System-Based Target Selection for a NIR Camera-Based Gaze Tracker
AbstractGaze-based interaction (GBI) techniques have been a popular subject of research in the last few decades. Among other applications, GBI can be used by persons with disabilities to perform everyday tasks, as a game interface, and can play a pivotal role in the human computer interface (HCI) field. While gaze tracking systems have shown high accuracy in GBI, detecting a user’s gaze for target selection is a challenging problem that needs to be considered while using a gaze detection system. Past research has used the blinking of the eyes for this purpose as well as dwell time-based methods, but these techniques are either inconvenient for the user or requires a long time for target selection. Therefore, in this paper, we propose a method for fuzzy system-based target selection for near-infrared (NIR) camera-based gaze trackers. The results of experiments performed in addition to tests of the usability and on-screen keyboard use of the proposed method show that it is better than previous methods. View Full-Text
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Naqvi, R.A.; Arsalan, M.; Park, K.R. Fuzzy System-Based Target Selection for a NIR Camera-Based Gaze Tracker. Sensors 2017, 17, 862.
Naqvi RA, Arsalan M, Park KR. Fuzzy System-Based Target Selection for a NIR Camera-Based Gaze Tracker. Sensors. 2017; 17(4):862.Chicago/Turabian Style
Naqvi, Rizwan A.; Arsalan, Muhammad; Park, Kang R. 2017. "Fuzzy System-Based Target Selection for a NIR Camera-Based Gaze Tracker." Sensors 17, no. 4: 862.
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