Thursday, June 28, 2012
Dual scene-camera head-mounted eye tracking rig from Lancaster Uni.
From the Pervasive 2012 conference held last week in Newcastle comes a demo of a dual scene-camera head-mounted eye tracking rig that enables users to move objects between two displays using the gaze position. The larger display acts as the "public" display (digital signage etc.) while the smaller represents the personal handheld tablet/smartphone. Nifty idea from Jayson Turner, Andreas Bulling and Hans Gellersen, all from the Embedded Interactive Systems group at Lancaster University.
Posted by Martin Tall at 28.6.12