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This is a summary of research and experimentation on the optical response of the human eye, with testing being performed using a GazePoint eye tracking system. Pupil dilation, gaze position, and blink rate were recorded for human subjects in response to various visual stimuli on a computer screen, including different wavelengths and directions of light in the optical spectrum. The purpose of this work was to develop a baseline data set across multiple, diverse participant demographics, which can be used in the development of an assessment tool for various clinical applications in neuroscience and human performance such as the diagnosis of concussion. This work was performed in conjunction with a collaborative telehealth/telemetry project with Premier Health/Miami Valley Hospital.
Course Project 202310 ECE 499 05
Primary Advisor's Department
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Stander Symposium, School of Engineering
Institutional Learning Goals
Scholarship; Practical Wisdom; Diversity
"Biomedical Electro-Optics: Looking at the Eyes" (2023). Stander Symposium Projects. 2895.