What if you could see through other peoples' eyes? Would this allow you to understand their narratives? link >>


An intuitive document-reading environment designed to enhance the users learning experience and reduce their cognitive load. link >>

Reading Interface

A series of interface elements that consider how eye movements affect brain-processing functions while reading. download >>


How could eye tracking be used to facilitate online communication? link >>

Building the Eyewriter

The eyewriter is an open-source eye tracking project built using off-the-shelf parts. See the photos of us building one here: link >>



2010: Milekic, S. (2010) Inside Your Head: Use of Eye-tracking for Museum Installations and Web Sites, paper presented at NODEM’10, November 24-26, Copenhagen, Denmark. download >>

2010: Milekic, S., Gaze-Tracking and Museums: Current Research and Implications. In J. Trant and D. Bearman (eds). Museums and the Web 2010: Proceedings. Toronto: Archives & Museum Informatics. Published March 31, 2010. Consulted November 23, 2010.

2010: PIXEL, John MacDuffie Woodburn & Matt Miller. download >>

2010: E-Contact, Georgia Guthrie. download >>

2010: iRead Interface: A study on eye tracking integration of future E-readers, Kristin Freese. download >>



2010: Use of webcam-based eye-tracking for museum outreach & research. Archives & Museum Informatics: Museums and the Web 2010 (MW2010): Demonstration: Use of webcam-based eye-tracking for museum outreach & research

2010: Demonstration of EyeWriter project at MakePhilly meeting, Matt Miller & Slavko Milekic



The UArts eye tracking team is led by: Slavko Milekic, M.D.,PhD

Current and past student researchers include: