, Volume 34, Issue 4, pp 455-470

A breadth-first survey of eye-tracking applications


Eye-tracking applications are surveyed in a breadth-first manner, reporting on work from the following domains: neuroscience, psychology, industrial engineering and human factors, marketing/advertising, and computer science. Following a review of traditionally diagnostic uses, emphasis is placed on interactive applications, differentiating between selective and gaze-contingent approaches.

Material in this paper is condensed from Duchowski (2003), adapted with permission. This work was supported in part by University Innovation Grant 1-20-1906-51-4037, NASA Ames Task NCC 2-1114, and NSF CAREER Award IIS-9984278.