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Eye-Tracking Using Multiple Features  (1999)
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Conventional video-based eye-tracking uses the locations of the pupil and first Purkinje image. To assess the potential for improving accuracy by including additional features, a ray-tracing simulation has been used to study the joint variations of pupil shape and Purkinje image locations for movements of a model eye.
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Eye-Tracking, Features, Multiple, Using
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OSA 1999 Annual Meeting, 55
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Curator: Phil So
NASA Official: Alonso Vera
Last Updated: August 15, 2019