Low Cost Eye Tracking: The Current Panorama

Onur Ferhat, Fernando Vilarino

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Abstract

© 2016 Onur Ferhat and Fernando Vilarinõ. Despite the availability of accurate, commercial gaze tracker devices working with infrared (IR) technology, visible light gaze tracking constitutes an interesting alternative by allowing scalability and removing hardware requirements. Over the last years, this field has seen examples of research showing performance comparable to the IR alternatives. In this work, we survey the previous work on remote, visible light gaze trackers and analyze the explored techniques from various perspectives such as calibration strategies, head pose invariance, and gaze estimation techniques. We also provide information on related aspects of research such as public datasets to test against, open source projects to build upon, and gaze tracking services to directly use in applications. With all this information, we aim to provide the contemporary and future researchers with a map detailing previously explored ideas and the required tools.
Original languageEnglish
Article number8680541
JournalComputational Intelligence and Neuroscience
Volume2016
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Jan 2016

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