Séminaire de Marco PORTA (Université de Pavie, Italie) le lundi 3 juin 2019: “Eye Tracking Technologies and Applications”

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Séminaire de Marco PORTA (Université de Pavie, Italie) le lundi 3 juin 2019: “Eye Tracking Technologies and Applications”

Marco Porta (Université de Pavie, Italie) fera un séminaire le lundi 3 juin 2019, 14h30 en Amphi Bx30.

Titre:  Eye Tracking Technologies and Applications

Résumé:

An eye tracker is a tool able to detect the user’s gaze direction while looking at a screen
or other elements in real-life settings. Eye tracking can be exploited in different contexts, from
human-computer interaction to indirect observation of the user’s gaze behavior for biometrics
or e-learning. Thanks to the recent availability of low-cost and reliable devices, now this
technology has the potential to become much more widespread than in the past and open the
door to new application scenarios.
After an introduction to the basics of eye tracking, the seminar will present some
completed and ongoing projects at the University of Pavia (Italy), stressing promises and
challenges of current research in this field.

Brève biographie de Marco Porta

Marco PORTA is associate professor at the University of Pavia (Pavia, Italy), working in the research group of the Computer Vision & Multimedia Lab of the Department of Electrical, Computer and Biomedical Engineering. His research interests include eye tracking, visionbased perceptive interfaces, visual languages, e-learning, user-centered interface design, and Human-Computer Interaction in general. He is chair of the IEEE-IES Subcommittee on
Computer Vision and Human-Machine Interaction in Industrial and Factory Automation, secretary of the IEEE-IES Technical Committee on Factory Automation, and vice president of the COGAIN (COmmunication by GAze Interaction) Association.