The Markup Language for Designing Gaze Controlled Applications

11/15/2019
by   J. Matulewski, et al.
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The Gaze Interaction Markup Language (GIML) is presented, which is new language for designing the gaze-controlled application and psychological experiments (also by non-programmers).

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