Wearable Eye Tracker: Detecting eye movements during physical activities
|Organization:||Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH Zurich), Zurich, CH|
|I.P. Brief:||The invention describes a wearable eye tracker based on electrooculography (EOG) which implements electronics and dry electrodes attached to a glasses frame. The invention also describes a procedure for adaptive signal processing and artefact compensation, making the eye tracker robust to simultaneous physical activities and applicable in many different fields.|
|Keywords:||Electrooculography, Wearable, Long-term eye movement recording, Adaptive real-time signal processing, Artefact compensation, Interactive gaming, Input device, Human-computer-interfaces|
|Primary Industry:||Game Industry, Consumer Electronics, Health & Medical Devices, IT, Personal Care|
|Specific Market:||Game Industry, Specialized Medical Diagnostics Market, Health Care, Elderly Care|
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