An open source computer vision interface that tracks eye movements for individuals with severely-limited mobility. (by AceCentre)

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  • Looking for good open source project(s) to contribute to
    4 projects | /r/node | 1 Nov 2022
    We have a bunch of projects we would totally welcome PRs on. We are a charity supporting children and adults who can’t speak. We have a range of technologies - both for accessing technology and communicating directly using node (and other environments..) eg - eyecommander. A blink detection system https://github.com/AceCentre/EyeCommander - pasco. A system for blind children and adults to speak using one button. https://github.com/AceCentre/pasco/tree/refactor (the refactor branch is far nicer code. And soon to be merged with master) - launchpad. A way of generating low tech (paper based) resources. https://github.com/AceCentre/aac-launchpad - morse learn. A way of learning morse code if you are blind https://github.com/AceCentre/morse-learn
  • any webcam eye tracking in c++?
    2 projects | /r/EyeTracking | 22 Oct 2022
    Nobodies really cracked the webcam eye tracking thing at good detail. If you want blink detection look at facemesh. Example here in node https://github.com/AceCentre/EyeCommander and c details on mediapipe https://google.github.io/mediapipe/getting_started/cpp.html
  • Turning a Webcam into a Keyboard by Blinking in Morse Code. Interesting assistive tech applications?
    2 projects | /r/rehabtherapy | 21 Mar 2022
    Neat I think. Nb. You can do the same with https://github.com/AceCentre/MorseWriter and https://acecentre.org.uk/resources/eyecommander
  • EyeCommander helps you communicate by blinking
    1 project | news.ycombinator.com | 11 Jan 2022
    1 project | /r/programming | 11 Jan 2022
  • New Glasses I Created, Hope You Like It
    1 project | /r/disability | 12 Dec 2021
    So this is a prototype. Ok. So here’s the problem. Reflectance sensors have been used for years as blink detectors but they are crummy. There is really only one (technically two) on sale the aBlink x https://key2enable.com/produtos/a-blinx/ and the words plus IST box. But heads up. They are notoriously tricky to position. Now if someone would like to release the source code of an arduino based reglevtance sensor with a DECENT algorithm for detection of blink and allow for altering if sensitivity via a pot - and maybe some indication when it’s likely to have moved .. that might help!! The glasses mount helps but it’s never that straightforward. Other approaches work ok. Like using a Eyegaze camera but they some - like Tobii - have stopped adding that feature. I recommend looking at https://acecentre.org.uk/resources/eyecommander if you want blink detection on a desktop device. For hesdmouse - the software solutions are now on par with the physical headmice. Look at smylemouse. Or for a freebie http://www.cameramouse.org/downloads.html on windows (there are others. Google it).
  • Detecting blinks and Eye direction for switch input for disabilities - help needed! We have a model in python that needs migrating into the node app. Currently detecting blinks using mediapipe. Helping locked in patients speak.
    2 projects | /r/tensorflow | 26 Nov 2021
    There is a nice TensorFlow model here https://github.com/AceCentre/EyeCommander/tree/main/python_proof_of_concept - we had a hard time integrating it into the node app (not helped by trying to do it on a m1 Mac!) which if anyone out there wants to help out on we’d love your input! https://github.com/AceCentre/EyeCommander/issues/39
  • EyeCommander: An open source Eye Blink switch for Windows/Mac - would love your feedback!
    1 project | /r/LowVision | 19 Nov 2021
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AceCentre/EyeCommander is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.

The primary programming language of EyeCommander is JavaScript.

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