Eye tracking as a modality
: état des lieux de l’interaction eye-based en vue d’une intégration aux interactions proxémiques

  • Amélie Lemal

Student thesis: Master typesMaster in Computer Science Professional focus in Software engineering


Ubiquitous computing, which is the innovative technological era, continues to invade human existence as they willingly incorporate new devices into their everyday lives. This willingness creates an acceptance for computer scientists to decode people's tactic behavior when interacting with peers. Doing this will help better merge technologies with everyday life. If there is tactic behavior through a series of gestures and distances between people this is also re ected by their gaze. Therefore, eyes play a fundamental role in human behavior and are necessary to be used as a modality in ubiquitous systems. The purpose of this work is to improve the understanding of human gaze, how technology can analyze it and better integrate it into a proxemic ubiquitous system: an interactive panel in a public place.
Date of Award22 Jun 2018
Original languageFrench
Awarding Institution
  • University of Namur
SupervisorBruno Dumas (Supervisor)

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