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Proceedings of the 7th international conference on New interfaces for musical expression - NIME '07
In this paper, we describe the musical development of a new system for performing electronic music where a video-based eye movement recording system, known as Oculog, is used to control sound. Its development is discussed against a background that includes a brief history of biologically based interfaces for performing music, together with a survey of various recording systems currently in use for monitoring eye movement in clinical applications. Oculog is discussed with specific reference todoi:10.1145/1279740.1279747 dblp:conf/nime/KimSN07 fatcat:6z2koxvu2vcbpdnfvmo6pt6zi4