International Journal of Advances in Computer Science and Its Applications
Author(s) : BHAGYASHREE S, NEHA MALUSARE, PRACHI GOEL, R. MATHANGI, YASHASWITA BHOIR
With recent increase of computer power and decrease of camera cost, embedded camera has become very common. With this it seems logical for the field of human computer interaction with camera usage, to increase. But it is not so. The reason for this lies in the inability to track human faces both precisely and robustly. This paper describes a face tracking technique based on tracking iris of the eye which resolves this problem. The goal is to simplify use of mouse for disabled persons, provide an alternative mouse cursor positioning system for laptops, make games more immersive and improve the existing HCI convenience for common users.