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EYEPHONE Emiliano Miluzzo, Tianyu Wang, Andrew T. Campbell, "EyePhone: Activating Mobile Phones With Your Eyes," In Proc. of the ACM SIGCOMM Workshop on Networking, Systems, and Applications on Mobile Handhelds (MobiHeld'10), August 30, 2010 Class Code: EEL 6788 Instructor: Dr. Damla Turgut Date: 03-16-2011 Presenter: Taranjeet Singh Bhatia
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Content Technology introduction HPI Evolution Terminologies Paper Abstract Eye Phone Design Evaluation Application Demo Future work Improvement on Paper Related work
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Technology Introduction Human Computer Interaction(HCI) HCI (human-computer interaction) is the study of how people interact with computers and to what extent computers are or are not developed for successful interaction with human beings” Most HCI technology addresses the interaction between people and computers in “ideal” environments, i.e., where people sit in front of a desktop machine with specialized sensors and cameras centered on them
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Technology Introduction Human Phone Interaction(HI) Human-Computer Interaction (HCI) researchers and phone vendors are continuously searching for new approaches to reduce the effort users exert when accessing applications on limited form factor devices such as mobile phones.” Human-phone interaction (HPI) extends the challenges not typically found in HCI research, more specially related to the phone and how we use it. In order to address these goals HPI technology should be less intrusive; that is, i) it should not rely on any external devices other than the mobile phone itself; ii) it should be readily usable with minimum user dependency as possible; iii) it should be fast in the inference phase; iv) it should be lightweight in terms of computation; v) it should preserve the phone user experience, e.g., it should not deplete the phone battery over normal operations.
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HPI Evolution - Keypad 1983 –
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HPI Evolution – Touch Screen 1993 –
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HPI Evolution – Trackball 2006 –
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HPI Evolution – Voice Operated 2010 –
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HPI Evolution – What Next ? Eye Phone – Controlling Phone by Eyes
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Terminologies Intrusive Method: which requires direct contact with the eyes Non- Intrusive methods: which avoid any physical contact with the user Model based method Appearance based method Feature based method
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Paper Abstract EyePhone tracks the user’s eye movement across the phone’s display using the camera mounted on the front of the phone i) Track the eye and infer its position on the mobile phone display as a user views a particular application ii) Detect eye blinks that emulate mouse clicks to activate the target application under view.
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