Remote Gaze estimation Systems

Remote gaze estimation systems are used in applications that require continuous monitoring and/or minimal subject cooperation (i.e. infants, the elderly). Prof. Eizenman's group developed the theoretical basis for modern remote video eye-tracking systems and used this foundation to develop advanced technologies for robust gaze monitoring. With the help of a large manufacturer of cell-phones the technology that has been developed in the Vision and Eye Movements Lab will be available in the near future on a large array of consumer products.

Head Mounted Gaze estimation Systems

Head-mounted gaze estimation systems are the preferred choice in applications that require mobility and/or large head movements. Prof. Eizenman's group has developed advanced head mounted gaze estimation systems for medical applications and for challenging environments that include air-flight simulators, cars and virtual reality devices.