Articulation Using Eye Gaze Tracing

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Format: Volume 5, Issue 2, No 05, 2017

Copyright: All Rights Reserved ©2017

Year of Publication: 2017

Author: S.Kanimozhi,R.Arivumalar,S.Sudha


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The aim of this paper is to find new forms of interaction utilizing eye gaze and suitable for standard users. Today eye gaze plays a vital role in modern communication technology to provide fast and accuracy. Nowadays many handheld devices are designed to adapt eye gaze technology. This paper presents the basic ideas about the working of modern eye gaze tracing and usability method for recording of interaction and gaze activity. This gave a rise to a lot of research in the field of human computer Interaction.


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Eye gaze, Communication, Fast, Accuracy, Technology.

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