COGAIN 2005 Program

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COGAIN 2005 Conference Program

1st Conference on Communication by Gaze Interaction (COGAIN 2005)

Time: Tuesday 31 May 2005
Location: Auditorium 2, IT University of Copenhagen, Denmark
Chair: Howell Istance (De Montfort University)

Proceedings (pdf)

10:00-10:10 Opening, Introduction and welcome
Kari-Jouko Räihä (University of Tampere)
Howell Istance (De Montfort University)

10:10-11:30 Session 1: Towards cheaper and less intrusive gaze measurement: technical challenges

Challenges in Single-Camera Remote Eye Tracking
Martin Böhme and Erhardt Barth (University of Lübeck)

Review of current camera-based eyetrackers
Dan Witzner Hansen and John Paulin Hansen (IT University of Copenhagen)

Gaze Tracking with inexpensive cameras
Fabian Fritzer, Detlev Droege, Dietrich Paulus (University Koblenz-Landau)

Influence of head position instability to gaze tracking in remote videooculography
Gintautas Daunys and Nerijus Ramanauskas (Siauliai University)

11:30-11:50 BREAK

11:50-13:10 Session 2: Innovations in eye-based interaction

EyeChess: A Tutorial for Endgames with Gaze-Controlled Pieces
Oleg Špakov and Darius Miniotas (University of Tampere)

Towards emotion modeling based on gaze dynamics in generic interfaces
Martin Vester-Christensen, Denis Leimberg, Bjarne Kjær Ersbøll and Lars Kai Hansen (Technical University of Denmark)

Learning to Type Japanese Text by Gaze Interaction in Six Hours
Hirotaka Aoki and Kenji Itoh (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
John Paulin Hansen (IT University of Copenhagen)

Dasher's new Gaze-tracker Mode
David MacKay and Chris Ball (University of Cambridge)

13:10-14:15 LUNCH

14:15-15:35 Session 3: Interaction and Inferences beyond the desktop

Fly Where You Look: Enhancing Gaze Based Interaction in 3D Environments
Richard Bates and Howell Istance (De Montfort University)
Mick Donegan and Lisa Oosthuizen (ACE Centre)

An Eye Movement Study of the Think Aloud Technique's Implications for Cognitive Processes.
Kristin Due Hansen (Risø Laboratories)

Towards communication of unusual things: Attention, consciousness and, perhaps, feeling
Boris M. Velichkovsky, Sebastian Pannasch, Markus Joos, Jens R. Helmert and Sven-Thomas Graupner (Technische Universität, Dresden)

Head and Eye Tracking Inside Intelligent Houses
Fulvio Corno and Alessandro Garbo (Politecnico di Torino)

15:35-16:00 BREAK

16:00-17:00 Session 4: Plenary Discussion
The COGAIN Conference: Where do we go from here?

17:00 End