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The problem of assisting people with special needs is assuming a central role in our society, and information and communication technologies are asked to have a key role in aiding people with both physical and cognitive disabilities. This paper describes an eye tracking system, whose strong points are the simplicity and the consequent affordability of costs, designed and implemented to allow people with severe motor disabilities to use gaze as an input device for selecting areas on a computerdoi:10.1109/icme.2002.1035632 dblp:conf/icmcs/CornoFS02 fatcat:zqvh2fclbjbmvb6j6wcvj7utj4