Eye-Gaze Tracking for Mouse Cursor Control

Recent developments in the field of eye-gaze tracking by vidoeoculography indicate a growing interest towards unobtrusive tracking in real-life scenarios, a new paradigm referred to as pervasive eye-gaze tracking. Among the challenges associated with this paradigm, the capability of a tracking platform to integrate well into devices with in-built imaging hardware and to permit natural head movement during tracking is of importance in less constrained scenarios. The presented research work addresses the problem of estimating on-screen points-of-regard from iris center movements captured by an integrated camera inside a notebook computer, while approximating the head movements in conjunction with the iris movements in order to alleviate the requirement for a stationary head pose.

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