Interface development for a gaze-controlled reading support application
Source of Publication
2015 International Conference on Information and Communication Technology Research, ICTRC 2015
© 2015 IEEE. This paper describes development of an application to support the digital reading of academic texts by non-native speakers, in particular Emirati University students. Text interaction is unobtrusively controlled by gaze, tracked at word level, offering user-directed support and reporting data useful for reading assessment at individual and aggregate levels. After briefly outlining some specific reading difficulties we describe specific technical requirements and features, the application design process, and results from iterative evaluation of prototypes with target user representatives.
Morey, Jim; Gammack, John; and Thornquist, Erik S., "Interface development for a gaze-controlled reading support application" (2015). Scopus Indexed Articles. 1715.