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Title: Eyes front!
Authors: Camilleri, Cassi
Camilleri, Kenneth P.
Cristina, Stefania
Repeckaite, Daiva
Keywords: Eye -- Movements
Tracking (Engineering)
Eye tracking
Issue Date: 2019
Publisher: University of Malta
Citation: Camilleri, C., Camilleri, K. P., Cristina, S., & Repeckaite, D. (2019). Eyes front! THINK Magazine, 29, 4-5.
Abstract: How often do your date’s eyes glance down at your chest? Which products do people notice in a supermarket? How long does it take you to read a billboard? Eye trackers are helping researchers around the world answer questions like these. From analysing user experience to developing a new generation of video games, this technology offers a novel way of interacting with machines. People with disabilities, for example, can use them to control computers. A team at the Department of Systems and Control Engineering (University of Malta) is using a research-grade eye-gaze tracker, worth around €40,000, to test technologies they are planning to commercialise soon.
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Think Magazine, Issue 29
Think Magazine, Issue 29

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