Tracking eye positions during the use of an automatic teller machine (ATM)

Sophie Hide, Christine M. Haslegrave, Neil Hopkinson, Duncan Robertson, Graham Johnson

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Abstract

A future development in automatic teller machines (ATMs) is improved security through biometric technology and camera placement is an important aspect of the design of such a system. This requires analysis of the positions of customers' eyes during transactions at the ATM and a methodology was developed for measurement of such functional anthropometric data, using a CODA MPX30 optical scanner to collect three dimensional coordinates of reference points on a person's head. Using this, the postures and behaviour of subjects conducting a transaction at an ATM were investigated.
Original languageEnglish
Number of pages4
Publication statusPublished - 1999
Externally publishedYes
EventFourth International Conference on Computer-Aided Ergonomics and Safety - Barcelona, Spain
Duration: 19 May 199921 May 1999
Conference number: 4th
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ConferenceFourth International Conference on Computer-Aided Ergonomics and Safety
Abbreviated titleCAES '99
CountrySpain
CityBarcelona
Period19/05/9921/05/99
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Hide, S., Haslegrave, C. M., Hopkinson, N., Robertson, D., & Johnson, G. (1999). Tracking eye positions during the use of an automatic teller machine (ATM). Paper presented at Fourth International Conference on Computer-Aided Ergonomics and Safety, Barcelona, Spain.
Hide, Sophie ; Haslegrave, Christine M. ; Hopkinson, Neil ; Robertson, Duncan ; Johnson, Graham. / Tracking eye positions during the use of an automatic teller machine (ATM). Paper presented at Fourth International Conference on Computer-Aided Ergonomics and Safety, Barcelona, Spain.4 p.
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1999. Paper presented at Fourth International Conference on Computer-Aided Ergonomics and Safety, Barcelona, Spain.

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