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FusionMouse - Combines Tobii eye tracking with TrackIR head tracking for a fast hands-free mouse replacement, in Rust!
FusionMouse is currently an implementation of the PolyMouse concept in Rust using a Tobii 4C eye tracker and a TrackIR 4 head tracker. It fuses head tracking and eye tracking to create a fast hands-free mouse replacement. I've tested it and I get approximately the same performance on Fitts' law pointing speed tests as I do with a mouse. Unlike my previous PolyMouse implementation, this one is designed to be more than a research system and will hopefully eventually be ready for daily use. With the original PolyMouse it's practically impossible to gather all the dependencies to compile it, but this is a nice Rust crate that can compile and run after installing LinuxTrack and the Tobii SDK.
An OpenCV based webcam gaze tracker based on a simple image gradient-based eye center algorithm by Fabian Timm.This does not track gaze yet. It is basically just a developer reference implementation of Fabian Timm's algorithm that shows some debugging windows with points on your pupils.
This library uses OpenCV to perform head tracking and feature tracking to let you have 3d control over your developed 3d world with the aid of your head and a webcam. Uses Irrlicht as its rapid development 3d engine. Developed by www.nighsoft.com
TankLogger is a PHP/MySQL app for tracking aquarium parameters. Includes graphing, calendar/blogging, expense tracking, event scheduling, livestock photo albums with slideshows, a head loss calculator, vendor tracking, and multiple tank support.
Update 04/06/2017 Article "Head pose estimation in the wild using Convolutional Neural Networks and adaptive gradient methods" have been accepted for publication in Pattern Recogntion (Elsevier). The Deepgaze CNN head pose estimator module is based on this work. Update 22/03/2017 Fixed a bug in mask_analysis.py and almost completed a more robust version of the CNN head pose estimator.
The EventStream Experimenter Workbench is a data collection framework with integrated visualization techniques to facilitate eye tracking research. The software currently supports the ASL eye trackers.
Most of the applications we're working on are using some sort of tracking/analytics service, Google Analytics comes first but its likely that more are added as the project grows. Normally you'd go ahead and add some partials to your application that will render out the needed tracking codes. As time passes by you'll find yourself with lots of tracking snippets, that will clutter your codebase :) When just looking at Analytics there are solutions like rack-google-analytics but they just soley tackle the existence of one service. This will add Google Analytics as a tracking handler.
Request Tracker is an enterprise-grade issue tracking system which thousands of organizations use for bug tracking, help desk ticketing, customer service, workflow processes, change management etc. This product is very stable and been around for over 10 years.
We all use analytics tools to provide a better user experience. (Mixpanel, Firebase, Fabric etc). I call this concept as tracking. Tracking events are cross-cutting and boiler plate most of the time. Tracklytics abstracts away all tracking events into annotations. Add the following code block to in your app/build.gradle.
A set of tools to enable/disable or report on tracking options for BizTalk artifacts like ports, pipelines and orchestrations. - exporter creates an XML file with currently tracking settings. - importer takes (the same) XML file and set the tracking options.
It does everything from bug tracking and customer support to project management and to-do lists. It is light weight and web based as it is written in CGI. It has support for Ticket monitoring, Custom fields, Inventory Tracking, Custom fields, Email alerts, File attachments etc.
Eventum is a user-friendly and flexible issue tracking system that can be used by a support department to track incoming technical support requests, or by a software development team to quickly organize tasks and bugs.