Evaluating gaze-based interface tools to facilitate point-and-select tasks with small targets

  • Skovsgaard H
  • Mateo J
  • Hansen J
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Gaze interaction affords hands-free control of computers. Pointing to and selecting small targets using gaze alone is difficult because of the limited accuracy of gaze pointing. This is the first experimental comparison of gaze-based interface tools for small-target (e.g. 

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  • Alternative input
  • Gaze interaction
  • Interface design
  • Target selection
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  • Henrik Skovsgaard

  • Julio C. Mateo

  • John Paulin Hansen

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