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Inferring eye movements on the basis of head and visual target position

Batten, L.M. and Whiten, B. (2001) Inferring eye movements on the basis of head and visual target position. [Study Group Report]



The modern optical lens design process relies on ray-tracing that requires the geometry of the visual task to be simulated in order to derive the optical parameters. Such measurements must take into account distant, intermediate and near visual tasks. SOLA has developed a non-intrusive, low cost system which tracks eye movements during the reading process. This report analyses their procedure in order to determine the accuracy of the tracking system. It concludes that some assumptions in the existing algorithm are overly restrictive, while, overall, this is an effective tracking method. In addition, a Fourier analysis of the sampling rate demonstrates that 10 Hz is a sufficiently high rate to use, and that lossy compression is adequate for their needs.

Item Type:Study Group Report
Problem Sectors:Medical and pharmaceutical
Study Groups:Australian and New Zealand Mathematics in Industry Study Group > 18th MISG [Adelaide 29/1/2001 - 2/2/2001]
Company Name:SOLA
ID Code:562
Deposited By: Dr Kamel Bentahar
Deposited On:03 Feb 2012 21:47
Last Modified:29 May 2015 20:11

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