The Gaze-To-Word Mapping Tool, GWM, is a collection of gaze-to-word mapping engines, text mask creators and translation and word-frequency dictionaries for on-line word-in-focus detection from gaze data while reading a text. It also provides translations when a user gets stuck on word. It is implemented as a COM-server in Windows. There are also two testing applications included.
|Category||Human Computer Interaction|
|Developer||Oleg Špakov at the University of Tampere in Tampere, Finland.|
|Requirements||Eye tracker and Windows.|
|Tobii Test||Tobii test.|
|Price and Support||Free application. Oleg Špakov will try to assist anyone who needs help, but there are no guarantees.|