A bugfix release of the Gaze Tracking application enables full screen drawing.
This is experimental software for scientific research. End users will have to have some C++ programming skills to fix it for their needs.
Today, GazeTimate_a0.3 was made available to the public. It now estimates six degrees of freedom (translation and rotation for x,y,z).
It's still a technology preview -- but getting better every day!
:-) Believe me, now it's really worth having a look at this piece of software. Finally I made it to a fully functional version of a Gaze Estimation application that can find all three angles of rotation!
But you have to adjust the code yourself and you should know how to do the magic ./configure - make steps.
Along with some documentation, I have released a beta version of my GazeTracking-Application. Still the user has to fix the system for his needs, but it became much easier now. It's quite functional and promising now!
Today, I finally released the first nearly working Gaze Estimation Code. In the meanwhile, the project shifted from the use of OpenCV 0.9.5 to OpenCV 0.9.6, so if you intend to use the included KDevelop-Project, please note that.
For the next weeks I will be heavily involved writing some documentation and releasing a better tested version.
Check back -- and give me your comments, if any!