PETI - Patient Eye Tracking Interface

Due to the large number of patients with various motor and speech impediments or paralysis the medical staff has developed a system that helps them communicate with these kind of patients. The system is based on the movement of a patient’s eyes and eyelids. For example the medical staff wants to determine where the pain is on a patient’s body. The patients using eye or eyelid movement can answer a series of questions addressed by the medical staff.

The medical staff wants a team a developers to help them implement this system on a mobile device (tablet or smartphone).

Part of the Mozilla Labs Student Outreach at A. I. Cuza University of Iasi, Romania.

Course: Human-Computer Interaction

Taught by: PhD. Sabin C. Buraga

Teaching assistant: Stefan Negru