Human computer interaction

Design of an Interactive Virtual Reality System, InViRS, for Joint Attention Practice in Autistic Children

Author(s): Ashwaq Z. Amat, Huan Zhao, Amy Swanson, Amy S. Weitlauf, Zachary Warren, Nilanjan Sarkar
Design of an Interactive Virtual Reality System, InViRS, for Joint Attention Practice in Autistic Children 439 456 Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering (TNSRE)

Many children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) exhibit atypical gaze behaviors related to joint attention, a fundamental social-communication skill. Specifically, children with ASD1 show differences in the skills of gaze…

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Dynamic Bayesian Adjustment of Dwell Time for Faster Eye Typing

Author(s): Jimin Pi, Paul A. Koljonen, Yong Hu, Bertram E. Shi
Dynamic Bayesian Adjustment of Dwell Time for Faster Eye Typing 1000 733 Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering (TNSRE)
Eye typing is a hands-free method of human computer interaction, which is especially useful for people with upper limb disabilities. Users select a desired key by gazing at it in an image of a keyboard for a fixed dwell time. There is a tradeoff in selecting the dwell time; shorter dwell times lead to errors due to unintentional selections, while longer dwell times lead to a slow input speed. read more
Quantitative Evaluation of a Low-Cost Noninvasive Hybrid Interface Based on EEG and Eye Movement

Quantitative Evaluation of a Low-Cost Noninvasive Hybrid Interface Based on EEG and Eye Movement

Author(s): Minho Kim, Byung Hyung Kim, Sungho Jo
Quantitative Evaluation of a Low-Cost Noninvasive Hybrid Interface Based on EEG and Eye Movement 556 235 Transactions on Neural Systems and Rehabilitation Engineering (TNSRE)

Abstract This paper describes a low-cost noninvasive brain-computer interface (BCI) hybridized with eye tracking. It also discusses its feasibility through a Fitts’ law-based quantitative evaluation method. Noninvasive BCI has recently…

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