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Vineet Gupta
08-01-2000, 10:30 PM
Hi Everyone:

We are in a process of making a decision about purchasing an eye-tracking system
( it may be head band mounted or remote desk mounted).

My questions:

1. Do you have any recommendations between Applied Sciences Laboratory (ASL)
and ISCAN eye tracking system?
2. Does anyone know of any technical limitations of either systems? For example
ease of calibration, stray spots causing error in tracking, loss of calibration
3. If you are using any one of (or both) the eye tracking system(s) can you
please send me your contact information so that I can directly contact you for
more information about the system?
4. Do you have any papers published on the use of the eye tracking systems?

Thanks in advance for your help.

Vineet Gupta

Vineet Gupta, Ph.D.
Senior Research Engineer
Assistive Technology & Neuroscience Research Center/Rehabilitation Engineering
National Rehabilitation Hospital
102, Irving Street, NW
Washington, DC 20010
Phone: (202) 877-1554 (Office)
(301) 847-6716 (Home)
Email: vxg4@mhg.edu (Office)
seema@sprintmail.com (Home)

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