Does your biometric-enabled device need to recognize where the user is looking? Test your technology with real eye gaze data.
With emerging biometric-enabled technologies on the rise, eye gaze data has become a real need for developers, data scientists, and engineers.
Eye gaze data is fundamental in understanding the way humans behave with technology and objects. The eyes are the doorway for biometric-enabled devices to understand our deepest intentions and behaviors.
This eye gaze data sample was pulled from a larger collection collected by Summa Linguae Technologies.
The larger commercially available eye gaze data set includes
- 62 different people
- 187 eye gaze directions
- 3 different head pose
- 347,820 eye gaze images
This data set provides a thorough picture of eye gaze behavior for teams and corporations looking to build their biometric-enabled technology.
This sample dataset contains 36 unique image files that were curated by Summa Linguae Technologies to give you an idea of what kind of eye gaze data is included in the larger commercially available dataset.
The sample dataset is free to use, manipulate, and test for your educational and research purposes only. This sample is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution.
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