1. A demo of our gaze tracking eyeglasses at the design expo on north campus in December 2012. In the video, our participant is at the end of a short training session, and when the dot turns blue, the system is predicting her gaze.

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  2. Another video from the design expo. We're playing around with the trained system by directing where Tricia looks.

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  3. I met up with some friends (and met some new ones) at Frank's Bar, downriver, over break. I wanted to show a friend the glasses we'd built, so I just brought the laptop and glasses into the bar! Here's my friend Brandon wearing the glasses after the training session.

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  4. Another video from Frank's Bar in Wyandotte. Brandon demonstrates the gaze detection by looking at locations on a neon sign. God bless America.

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  5. SensEye final prototype in action, circa November 2013. The scene imager on these glasses has a tilt, which gives the "tunnel view" in the demo that twisting look. As the video shows, the tilted scene camera doesn't affect the eye tracking performance.

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SensEye Gaze Detection

Russ

Our gaze tracking eye glasses. Joe Romeo, Justin Paupore and I built these glasses at the University of Michigan for Mark Brehob's advanced embedded systems course. This is my research in Prabal Dutta's group at the University of Michigan.

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