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Blink Analysis using Eye gaze tracker

  • J Amudha
  • S. Roja Reddy
  • Y. Supraja Reddy
Conference paper
Part of the Advances in Intelligent Systems and Computing book series (AISC, volume 530)

Abstract

An involuntary action of opening and closing the eye is called blinking. In the proposed work, blink analysis has been performed on different persons performing various tasks. The experimental suite for this analysis is based on the eye gaze coordinate data obtained from commercial eye gaze tracker. The raw data is processed through a FSM(Finite State Machine) modeled to detect the opening and closing state of an eye. The blink rate of a person varies, while performing tasks like talking, resting and reading operations. The results indicate that a person tend to blink more while talking when compared to reading and resting. An important observation from analysis is that the person tends to blink more if he/she is stressed.

Keywords

Blink detection Eye tribe Eye movement Finite state machine 

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Dept of Computer Science & EngineeringAmrita School of EngineeringBengaluruIndia

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