Eye tracking (technology)
Part of my research is focused on improving the accuracy and robustness of eye trackers and to make them more accessible.
Gaze interaction techniques
Everyday gaze-based human-computer interfaces
This project aims to employ HMGT to interact with real objects in the real-world physical environment without necessarily having a monitor and GUI. A user wearing a HMGT is able to control different objects in the environment directly just by looking at objects, eye movements and also gestures (e.g., head gestures). Besides controlling the objects, having the user's gaze pattern and what he/she pays attention to during the day (in a fully mobile situation) may provide unique information for the future home automation. In general, mobile gaze-based environment control in the context of house automation can help people to autonomously interact with smart environment by gaze.