March 3, 2015 -
The organizing committee of the Competition on Biometrics via Eye Movements (BioEye 2015) has announced that it has begun its submission period, which will run through until March 26
Previously reported, the BioEye 2015 competition was recently announced to give scientists and researchers the opportunity to use a common database of eye movements recorded using high quality standards.
The evaluation datasets – which contain eye movement recordings that were captured using different visual stimuli and with different time intervals — are now available for download.
The winner of the competition will receive a REDn scientific eye tracker, courtesy of SensoMotoric Instruments.
BioEye 2015 is an official competition of the 7th IEEE International Conference on Biometrics: Theory, Applications and Systems, which will be held September 8 to 11 in Arlington, Virginia.
The competition’s participants are asked to develop their solutions for the purpose of biometric identification via the eye movements, and the committee will announce the final results on March 29.