Seminar: Multi User Gaze-Based Interaction


Gaze based interaction is commonly considered within a single user scenario. Many techniques emerged to combine people's eye movements together with other input modalities to interact with each other or computing systems, such as interactive displays. In this seminar the focus is on the development and implementation of use cases in which gaze input yields benefit over existing modalities. Teams of three students will design and implement an interactive application. Students are free to develop their own ideas, which will be only restricted to different categories provided by us. To get feedback project ideas and related work have to be presented to the group. Attendance during all meetings is mandatory. We will take a maximum of 18 students.




We will primarily use the Pupil Labs framework developed for head-mounted eye trackers in this seminar. It already provides a lot of useful plugins and can be extended, if needed.


Kickoff Meeting: 24.04.2017

Preliminary Project Ideas Proposal: 08.05.2017

Refinement of Ideas and Discussion with Advisors: 10.05. - 17.05. 2017 (schedule an appointment with the advisors)

Related Paper and Final Idea Hand-in: 29.05.2017

Final Project Idea & Related Work: 12.06 & 19.06.2017 

Project Progress & Problems: 17.07.2017

Final Presentation: TBD

Every meeting starts at 12.00 c.t. in Room Turing I, DFKI NB +2.30


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