Smart movement using eyeball pupil position

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There are different kind of reasons for which people offer an material of locomotion such as a cursor. The number of students people and others, who need to artificially go with the cursor. Hence implementing a controlled system with which it enables them to change the place without the help of any other hardware. The proposal of eye controls is of actual use of people who suffered a lot with the problem faced daily with natural input and mostly used by the handicapped and disabled. Camera used here is capturing the image and action of eye pupil movement. First detect the pupil centre position. Then the different angle variation on pupil position gives different instruction set for cursor. The signal pass through the PC to automatically cursor move itself. The movement of the cursor capture and control with the direction and enable the cursor to move the different directions such as forward, left, right and stop.




Premkumar, R., Srinivasan, S., Mithran, I., Aniruddhan, S. R., & Mani Raj, R. (2019). Smart movement using eyeball pupil position. International Journal of Innovative Technology and Exploring Engineering, 8(11), 3115–3117.

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