April 13, 2007 lecture by Manu Kumar for the Stanford University Human-Computer Interaction Seminar (CS 547). A series of novel prototypes that explore the use of gaze and an augmented input to perform everyday computing tasks are presented. In particular, the use of gaze-based input for pointing and selection, application switching, password entry, scrolling, zooming, and document navigation are explored.
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