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Eye Movements in Biometrics and Human Computer Interaction

Speaker  Oleg Komogortsev

Affiliation  Texas State University

Host  Zhengyou Zhang

Duration  01:19:29

Date recorded  30 May 2014

Accurate and unforgettable identity recognition is a topic of critical concern in the modern world. Unfortunately, further improving security via biometrics systems is difficult to achieve and frequently requires additional hardware. This talk will discuss the possibility of identifying a person based on several separate traits derived from the eye movements, e.g., oculomotor plant (eye globe and its muscles) characteristics (OPC), and complex eye movement patterns (CEM). The talk will discuss how eye movement technology can be combined with iris recognition technology while being run on the existing iris biometric devices to improve their accuracy and counterfeit resistance. The talk will also discuss several topic related to human computer interaction via eye movements, eye movement-based usability analysis of computer interfaces, and several issues related to the functioning of the gaze-contingent displays.

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