How Eye Tracking will Revolutionize Device Interaction

Perhaps the most important reason eye tracking will play an ever more crucial role in human computer interactions is that our eye activity is driven by subconscious processes in our brain. By providing insights into cognitive brain activity, monitoring eye movements has signifier potential to help programs interact with people in a more natural way.

Speaker Details

President and Chief Technical Officer of LC Technologies, Inc. He is one of the foremost authorities on eye tracking and the physiology of eye movement in the world. Author of many papers and awarded numerous patents in this field; he is the chief developer of the image processing hardware and software used in the Eyegaze System. He has 26 years of experience in developing signal and image processing systems for instrumentation, man-machine and electronic-warfare applications. His key strength is an ability to analyze complex systems and develop computerized signal processing procedures to infer critical information from measured signals and images. Mr. Cleveland has a bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and has done postgraduate work in Business Management from George Washington University.

Dixon Cleveland
LC Technologies
    • Portrait of Jeff Running

      Jeff Running

Series: Microsoft Research Talks