Web Browser Controlled by Eye Movements

Y. Nakano, A. Nakamura, and Y. Kuno (Japan)


Gaze interface, browser, nonverbal behaviour, computer vision


This paper presents a display system that enables us to find necessary information speedily. Multiple windows containing information appear from the bottom of the display, moving upward swiftly. We move our eyes to read the information in the windows. The system measures this eye movement in reading, controlling the window-moving speed. If the eyes move fast, it increases the speed; otherwise decreases it, so that we can get information from the system as fast as possible. If we find anything interesting in a window and stop eye movements to look at it more carefully, the system stops the window motion, enlarging the window to show details. Experimental results show that we can obtain necessary information faster with the system.

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