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Alexandru Lucian Gînscă
Emanuela Boroș
Adriana Florea
Alexandru Metzak

Blog for project: PETI (Patient Eye Tracking Interface) for Human-Computer Interaction laboratory.

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  • 1. Patient Eye Tracking InterfaceThe team:Adriana Florea (ISS)Alexandru Metzak (ISS)Alexandru Gînscă (MLC)Emanuela Boroș (ISS)
  • 2. ● patients with various motor and speech impediments or paralysis ● a system that helps them communicate with these kinds of patients ● the medical staff wants to determine where the pain is on a patients body ● an implementation of this system on a mobile device ● a protective application ● a new languagePatient Eye Tracking Interface
  • 3. Principles ● Design for people with special conditions ● User-centered interface design ● The users expectations are considerably respected ● The human task of speaking is simplified for both types of personasPatient Eye Tracking Interface
  • 4. ● Persona type: Patient with difficulties in both speech and movement.● Abilities: Understands the applications alphabet. Patient Eye Tracking Interface
  • 5. ● Persona type: Medical staff● Abilities: Knows how to use the application and understands the main operations offered.● Job title: Nurse, doctor Patient Eye Tracking Interface
  • 6. ● Persona type: Patient (with difficulties in both speech and movement) family/relatives● Abilities: Needs to communicate with the person and to learn how to use the app Patient Eye Tracking Interface
  • 7. ● fast and reliable way for the disabled patient to communicate with the outside world ● two different interactions 1. grouping the letters of a specific language by their frequencies and by using just the patient’s blinking getting to the desired letter in just a few steps 3. an original language based on 6 possible eye gestures: eye open, eye closed, eye looking left, eye looking right, eye looking up, eye looking downPatient Eye Tracking Interface
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