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Although, gaze-based interaction has been investigated since the 1980s and remains a promising concept to support universal interaction within distributed IoT environments, the main challenges, such as the Midas touch problem [Jac91] or calibration are still frequent topics of research. In this thesis, Natural Pursuit Calibration is presented, which is a comfortable, unobtrusive technique enabling ongoing attention detection and eye tracker calibration within an off-screen context. The user isdoi:10.1145/3266157.3266207 dblp:conf/iwoar/MurauerHF18 fatcat:cjsaa6ge2zaybipccacirsupri