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EyeCommander reviews and mentions
Looking for good open source project(s) to contribute to
4 projects | reddit.com/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 | reddit.com/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 | reddit.com/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
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 | reddit.com/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/392 projects | reddit.com/r/tensorflow | 26 Nov 2021
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appwrite.io | 27 Mar 2023
AceCentre/EyeCommander is an open source project licensed under MIT License which is an OSI approved license.