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Eye Tracking Methodology: Theory and Practice

Author: Andrew T Duchowski
Publisher: London : Springer London, 2003.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : EnglishView all editions and formats
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The scope of the book falls within a fairly narrow Human-Computer Interac­ tion domain (i. e. , describing a particular input modality), however, it spans a broad range of inter-disciplinary research and application topics. There are at least three domains that stand to benefit from eye tracking research: visual per­ ception, human-computer interaction, and computer graphics. The amalgam­ ation of these topics forms  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Print version:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Andrew T Duchowski
ISBN: 9781447137504 1447137507
OCLC Number: 853267349
Language Note: English.
Description: 1 online resource (xix, 251 pages)
Contents: I. Introduction to the Human Visual System (HVS) --
1. Visual Attention --
2. Neurological Substrate of the HVS --
3. Visual Psychophysics --
4. Taxonomy and Models of Eye Movements --
II. Eye Tracking Systems --
5. Eye Tracking Techniques --
6. System Hardware Installation --
7. System Software Development --
8. System Calibration --
9. Eye Movement Analysis --
III. Eye Tracking Applications --
10. Diversity and Types of Eye Tracking Applications --
11. Neuroscience and Psychology --
12. Industrial Engineering and Human Factors --
13. Marketing/Advertising --
14. Computer Science --
15. Conclusion --
References.
Responsibility: by Andrew T. Duchowski.

Abstract:

The scope of the book falls within a fairly narrow Human-Computer Interac­ tion domain (i. e. , describing a particular input modality), however, it spans a broad range of inter-disciplinary research and application topics. There are at least three domains that stand to benefit from eye tracking research: visual per­ ception, human-computer interaction, and computer graphics. The amalgam­ ation of these topics forms a symbiotic relationship. Graphical techniques pro­ vide a means of generating rich sets of visual stimuli ranging from 2D im­ agery to 3D immersive virtual worlds while research exploring visual atten­ tion and perception in tum influences the generation of artificial scenes and worlds. Applications derived from these disciplines create a powerful Human­ Computer Interaction modality, namely interaction based on knowledge of the user's gaze. Recent advancements in eye tracking technology, specifically the availability of cheaper, faster, more accurate and easier to use trackers, have inspired in­ creased eye movement and eye tracking research efforts. However, although eye trackers offer a uniquely objective view of overt human visual and atten­ tional processes, eye trackers have not yet gained widespread use beyond work conducted at various research laboratories. This lack of acceptance is due in part to two reasons: first, the use of an eye tracker in an applied experimen­ tal setting is not a widely taught subject. Hence, there is a need for a book that may help in providing training.

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