Perception Action Diagnostics in Sports

In collaboration with the Sport Research Institute at the University of Bern, the microLab research group at the Institute for Human Centered Engineering (HuCE) develops an outdoor eye tracking system with scene overlay.

Fiche signalétique

  • Département HESB | Technique et informatique
  • Pôle de recherche Human Centered Engineering
  • Champ de recherche Human Centered Engineering
  • Durée 17.02.2014 - 16.02.2016
  • Direction du projet Marcel Jacomet
  • Équipe du projet Theo Kluter
    Damian Weber
    Reto Meier
  • Partenaires - établissements de recherche, y c. BFH Universität Bern
  • Mots-clés Outdoor Eye Tracker

Contexte initial

The hardware platform connects two cameras and supports simultaneous capturing with a frame rate of 120fps. Based on the comparison of various image processing algorithm results for eye-tracking realized in Matlab/Simulink, the challenge is to research a robust and efficient eye-tracking concept, ready to be implemented in our outdoor eye-tracking platform. With the usage of two eye-cameras, an autonomous calibration for glass movements shall be investigated.

But

The requested high mobility of the device, system miniaturization is the key element of this project. A prototype system with eye cameras and an overlay scene camera are integrated into commercial available sports glasses.

Compétences clés

low-power, signal processing, hardware/software algorithms