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Videos of (some of) the talks given at COGAIN 2006.

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Credits: Thanks to the DMU team for the videos on academic sessions (day 1) and the TORINO team for the videos on the end-user sessions (day 2).

Contents

Day 1: Academic Sessions

Monday, 4 September, 2006

COGAIN 2006 Proceedings

Session: Eye-tracking Systems

Chair: Martin Böhme

Remote Eye Tracking: State of the Art and Directions for Future Development
Martin Böhme, André Meyer, Thomas Martinetz, Erhardt Barth
Institute for Neuro- and Bioinformatics, Germany

Basics of Gaze Estimation
Arantxa Villanueva1, Dan Witzner Hansen2, Javier San Agustin2, Rafael Cabeza2
1Public University of Navarra, Spain; 2IT University, Copenhagen, Denmark

Session: Multimodal Interaction with Real-World Objects

Chair: Alastair Gale

Control Application for Smart Houses through Gaze interaction
Dario Bonino, Emiliano Castellina, Fulvio Corno, Alessandro Garbo
Politecnico di Torino, Dipartimento di Automatica ed Informatica, Italy

Gaze Pointing and Facial EMG clicking
John Paulin Hansen
IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

When can eyes make up for hands?
Marcela Fejtová, Petr Novák, Olga Štepánková
Czech Technical University, Department of Cybernetics, Czech Republic

Session: Attentive Interfaces and Reacting to Intent

Chair: John Paulin Hansen

Gaze-based Attentive User Interfaces (AUIs) to support disabled users: towards a research agenda
Howell Istance1, Aulikki Hyrskykari2, Daniel Koskinen2, Richard Bates1
1De Montfort University, UK; 2University of Tampere, Finland

Automatic Preference Detection by Analyzing the Gaze 'Cascade Effect' [PDF]
Nikolaus Bee1, Helmut Prendinger2, Elisabeth André1, Mitsuru Ishizuka3
1University of Augsburg, Germany; 2National Institute of Informatics, Japan; 3The University of Tokyo, Japan

An Estimation of Certainty for Multiple Choice Responses using Eye-movement [PDF]
Minoru Nakayama, Yosiyuki Takahasi
Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Gaze tracking for robotic control in intelligent teleoperation and prosthetics [PDF]
Claudio Castellini, Giulio Sandini
University of Genova, Italy

Session: Users and Usability

Chair: Mick Donegan

The 'KEE' Concept for Eye-Control and Complex Disabilities: Knowledge-based, Enduser-focused and Evolutionary
Mick Donegan, Lisa Oosthuizen
The ACE Centre, UK

Gaze Path Playback Supporting Retrospective Think-Aloud in Usability Tests
Merja Lehtinen, Aulikki Hyrskykari, Kari-Jouko Räihä
University of Tampere, Finland

Recent experiences, using eye-controlled communication systems with "locked-in" patients
Jeffrey D. Morris, Gavin Cooper
Cardiff and Vale NHS Trust, Rookwood Hospital, UK

Towards Remote Evaluation of Gaze Typing Systems [PDF]
John Paulin Hansen1, Kenji Itoh2, Hirotaka Aoki1,2
1University of Copenhagen, Denmark; 2Tokyo Institute of Technology, Japan

Magic Key [PDF]
Luis Filipe Figueiredo1, Ana Isabel Gomes2, João Bento Raimundo3
1Escola Superior de Tecnologia e Gestão, Portugal; 2Agrupamento de Escolas de Penalva do Castelo, Portugal; 3Associação Augusto Gil, Portugal

COGAIN 2006 Proceedings


Day 2: End-User Sessions

Tuesday, 5 September, 2006

Technology and Disability: Industry and Research in Piemonte
Angelo Raffaele Meo
Politecnico di Torino, Italy

Living with Eyegaze [ slides ]
Angela Jansen
Actress and author, Germany

Eye Control helping People with a Disability in Torino
Adriano Chiò
ALS Centre of Molinette, Hospital in Torino, Italy

Who can Benefit from Eye Control and how?
Michael Donegan
ACE Centre Advisory Trust, UK

Gaze Interactive Communication
John Paulin Hansen
IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark

A comment from the audience - a testimony by Gianni Bellis
Gianni Bellis
DATARC foundation, Italy


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