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Matt Haslam, Shirley Johnson

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Mobile eye-tracking systems provide usability research support as well as access to a wide range of robotics and technical communication research opportunities. Optical tracking systems are often prohibitively expensive and do not provide the mobility or flexibility needed for a variety of research application possibilities. Our team proposes building a simple mobile eye-tracking system to be used in-house at ERAU for heat-mapping, robotics, control systems, and various technical communication applications in a structured research environment. The mobile eyetracking system will become part of a larger research and hands-on technical communication usability lab and research center. The research team intends to publish the outcome of implementing an in-house eyetracking system, as well as a training manual, possibly providing a new open-source instruction set for other ERAU students and other universities. The building of the Eagle Eye tracking system will provide numerous learning and research opportunities for the Prescott ERAU campus.

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Tech Comm Eagle Eye-Tracking Control System

Mobile eye-tracking systems provide usability research support as well as access to a wide range of robotics and technical communication research opportunities. Optical tracking systems are often prohibitively expensive and do not provide the mobility or flexibility needed for a variety of research application possibilities. Our team proposes building a simple mobile eye-tracking system to be used in-house at ERAU for heat-mapping, robotics, control systems, and various technical communication applications in a structured research environment. The mobile eyetracking system will become part of a larger research and hands-on technical communication usability lab and research center. The research team intends to publish the outcome of implementing an in-house eyetracking system, as well as a training manual, possibly providing a new open-source instruction set for other ERAU students and other universities. The building of the Eagle Eye tracking system will provide numerous learning and research opportunities for the Prescott ERAU campus.

  • POSTER PRESENTATION
  • IGNITE AWARD