The purpose of this paper is to develop a system for evaluation of a skin-voltage Oculometer. A test set-up is designed that allows any person to attach the input of the Oculometer (electrodes) on his/her-self and obtain the transfer characteristics of the system. Two set-ups are designed. In the first one, the static transfer characteristics are obtained with the aid of a wall chart. In the second one, the dynamic transfer characteristics are obtained with the aid of a computer moving a bright spot on a large screen television set. An investigation of the possible sources of error is also included and methods of compensation are suggested.
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Panayiotou, Chrysanthos A., "Design of an Evaluation System for the Electro-Oculometer" (1984). Retrospective Theses and Dissertations. 4727.
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