Exploratory Study with Eye Tracking Devices to Build Interactive Systems for Air Traffic Controllers

Abstract : While the mouse is the main input device for interacting with different screens, many alternatives do exist. In this article, we report our exploratory study with the usage of eyes as a new input device for Air Traffic Control systems. Our investigations, based on a user - centered design, include a study of the activity, a classification of interaction techniques based on eye tracking systems, and finally a working prototype with the evaluations of the developed interaction techniques. Our goal is to investigate gaze usages as a means of interaction, and give recommendations for future development of Air Traffic Control systems.
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Michael Traoré Sompagnimdi, Christophe Hurter. Exploratory Study with Eye Tracking Devices to Build Interactive Systems for Air Traffic Controllers . HCI-Aero 2016, International Conference on Human-Computer Interaction in Aerospace, Sep 2016, Paris, France. ⟨hal-01366998⟩

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