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Telfor Journal
2017, vol. 9, br. 1, str. 49-54
jezik rada: engleski
vrsta rada: neklasifikovan

Simple and precise commercial camera based eye tracking methodology
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aSchool of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade + University of Belgrade, Innovation Center of School of Electrical Engineering, Belgrade
bUniverzitet u Beogradu, Elektrotehnički fakultet



Efekti asistivnih sistema u neurorehabilitaciji: oporavak senzorno-motornih funkcija (MPNTR - 175016)


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In this paper, an eye tracking methodology is presented. It represents a commercial camera based system for detection of eye pupil and its trajectory and classification of eye movements that led to the formation of assessed eye path. Methodology was examined on 10 subjects, who performed specified series of eye movements in two recording conditions: with and without simultaneous head motions. Image segmentation was performed and coordinates of eye pupil were found for each consecutive video frame. Modified velocity threshold method for eye movement classification was performed. Classification accuracy was evaluated with two parameters: Sensitivity (S) and Positive predictive value (PP), and compared for both recording conditions. In the absence of head motions, a high accuracy result was obtained (S=96.25%; PP=100%). A less accurate result was obtained in the second case (S=87.50%; PP=88.61%). However, it was shown that proposed methodology can provide good results for commercial eye tracking regardless of the recording conditions.

Ključne reči

eye tracking; image gradient; pupil detection; velocity threshold


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