Monday, September 15, 2008

COGAIN 2008 Proceedings now online


Overcoming Technical Challenges in Mobile and Other Systems
  • Off-the-Shelf Mobile Gaze Interaction
    J. San Agustin and J. P. Hansen, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark
  • Fast and Easy Calibration for a Head-Mounted Eye Tracker
    C. Cudel, S Bernet, and M Basset, University of Haute Alsace, France
  • Magic Environment
    L. Figueiredo, T. Nunes, F. Caetano, and A. Gomes, ESTG/IPG, Portugal
  • AI Support for a Gaze-Controlled Wheelchair
    P. Novák, T. Krajník, L. Přeučil, M. Fejtová, and O. Štěpánková. Czech Technical University, Czech Republic)
  • A Comparison of Pupil Centre Estimation Algorithms
    D. Droege, C Schmidt, and D. Paulus University of Koblenz-Landau, Germany

Broadening Gaze-Based Interaction Techniques
  • User Performance of Gaze-Based Interaction with On-line Virtual Communities
    H. Istance, De Montfort University, UK, A. Hyrskykari, University of Tampere, Finland, S. Vickers, De Montfort University, UK and N. Ali, University of Tampere, Finland

  • Multimodal Gaze Interaction in 3D Virtual Environments
    E. Castellina and F. Corno, Politecnico di Torino, Italy
  • How Can Tiny Buttons Be Hit Using Gaze Only?
    H. Skovsgaard, J. P. Hansen, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark. J. Mateo, Wright State University, Ohio, US
  • Gesturing with Gaze
    H. Heikkilä, University of Tampere, Finland
  • NeoVisus: Gaze Driven Interface Components
    M. Tall, Sweden

Focusing on the User: Evaluating Needs and Solutions
  • Evaluations of Interactive Guideboard with Gaze-Communicative Stuffed-Toy Robot
    T. Yonezawa, H. Yamazoe, A. Utsumi, and S. Abe, ATR Intelligent Robotics and Communications Laboratories, Japan
  • Gaze-Contingent Passwords at the ATM
    P. Dunphy, A. Fitch, and P. Oliver, Newcastle University, UK
  • Scrollable Keyboards for Eye Typing
    O Špakov and P. Majaranta, University of Tampere, Finland
  • The Use of Eye-Gaze Data in the Evaluation of Assistive Technology Software for Older People.
    S. Judge, Barnsley District Hospital Foundation, UK and S. Blackburn, Sheffield University, UK
  • A Case Study Describing Development of an Eye Gaze Setup for a Patient with 'Locked-in Syndrome' to Facilitate Communication, Environmental Control and Computer Access.
    Z. Robertson and M. Friday, Barnsley General Hospital, UK

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