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Introduction

What is blue eyes technology The term blue eyes Need of blue eyes technology

Implementation

Operators

Supervisors

System Administrators

Data Security
Access rights restrictions

Bluetooth connection encryption

Bluetooth connection authentication

Personal and physiological data encryption

Only registered mobile devices can connect to the system

Technologies Used
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Emotion Mouse Manual And Gaze Input Cascaded (MAGIC) Artificial Intelligent Speech Recognition Simple User Interest Tracker (SUITOR) The eye movement Sensor

Emotion mouse
Simplest way People spend approximately 1/3 of their total computer time touching input device Physiological data is obtained and emotional state is determined A user model will be built that reflects the personality of user

MAGIC

Pointing

Reduce the cursor movement needed for target selection Click on the target with a regular manual input device Two magic pointing techniques : Liberal Conservative

Speech

Recognition

Help by fetching more information at desktop Notice where the users eyes focus on the screen Fills a scrolling ticker on a computer screen with information related to users task Ex. If reading headline ,pops up the story in the browser window

Eye Movement Sensor Designing


A personal area network for linking all the operators and the supervising system Two major units DAU (data acquisition unit ) CSU (central system unit )

System Overvie w

Fig: Overall System diagram

Data Acquisition Unit (DAU)


DAU components

ATMEL 8952 microcontroller BLUE TOOTH MODULE supports synchronous voice data transmission central system sound feedback microcontroller (115200 bps) ALPHAUNUMERIC LCD display LED indicators ID CARD interface

Data Acquisition Unit (DAU)


DAU features

Lightweight Runs on batteries low power consumption Easy to use - does not disturb the operator working ID cards for operator authorization Voice transmission using hardware PCM codec

Data Acquisition Unit (DAU)


DAU Implementation Bluetooth module inside Microphone and earphone sockets 5-key keyboard Two lines, 8 characters LCD Powered from batteries

Central System Unit (CSU)


CSU components

Central System Unit (CSU)


CSU features Connection management Data processing Visualization Data recording Access Verification System maintenance

Central System Unit (CSU)


CSU Implementation

Standard MDI user interface Custom-built Bluetooth communication routines Intel USB camera ID card programmer Developed using Visual C++ 6.0

Applications

In retailing record and interpret customer movements In automobile industry In video games To create Face Responsive Display and Perceptive Environment Generic control rooms Power station Flight control centres

Prevention

from dangerous incidents Physiological condition monitoring Operators position detection The reconstruction of the course of operators work

Doesnt

predict nor interfere with operators thoughts Cannot force directly the operator to work

Conclusion

In the near future ,ordinary household devicessuch as television , refrigerators, ovens may be able to do their jobs when we look at them and speak to them. Provide more delicate and user friendly facilities in computing devices. The computers can be run using implicit commands instead of the explicit commands. Gap between the electronic and physical world is reduced.

References

Carpenter R. H. S., Movements of the eyes, 2nd edition, Pion Limited, 1988,London Bluetooth specification, version 1.0B, Bluetooth SIG, 1999 ROK 101 007 Bluetooth Module, Ericsson Microelectronics,2000 AT89C52 8-bit Microcontroller Datasheet, Atmel Intel Signal Processing Library Reference Manual. Joseph j carr & johnm brown, introduction to blue eyes technology, published in ieee spectrum magazine. http://www.umtsworld.com/technology/spreading.htm http://www.estoile.com/links/ipsec.html

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