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Gaze-enhanced Scrolling Techniques

Kumar, Manu and Winograd, Terry (2007) Gaze-enhanced Scrolling Techniques. Technical Report. Stanford InfoLab.




Scrolling is an inherent part of our everyday computing experience. Contemporary scrolling techniques rely on the explicit initiation of scrolling by the user. However, the act of scrolling is tightly coupled with the user's ability to ab-sorb information via the visual channel. The use of eye gaze information is therefore a natural choice for enhancing scrolling techniques. We present several gaze-enhanced scrolling techniques for manual and automatic scrolling which use gaze information as a primary input or as an augmented input. We also introduce the use off-screen gaze-actuated buttons for document navigation and control.

Item Type:Techreport (Technical Report)
Uncontrolled Keywords:Scrolling, Automatic Scrolling, Eye Tracking, Gaze-enhanced Scrolling, Page Down, Gaze-enhanced Page Down, Off-screen Targets.
ID Code:803
Deposited By:Import Account
Deposited On:15 Apr 2007 17:00
Last Modified:10 Dec 2008 17:34

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