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CWSF 2016 - Montreal, Quebec

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My name is Kevin Bai and I'm currently in grade 9 at St. Ignatius High School, Thunder Bay ON. In school, my favourite subjects are math and science and I enjoy competing in math contests. I love playing sports and have been playing competitive soccer since an early age. Currently, I am playing for my school's varsity soccer team and played JV basketball, volleyball, and cross country. In grade 8, I started learning about computer programming and became very interested. I decided to do a topic involving computer science for my science fair project because of my passion for programming. In the future, I plan to make my eye tracker easier to use and more user friendly. My advice to other students doing a science fair project is to find something you are passionate about and you will be amazed at how far you can go!

Kevin Bai

Interacting With Electronic Devices Using Eye Movements
Region:Northwestern Ontario
City:Thunder Bay, ON
School:St. Ignatius S.S.
Abstract:Eye tracking is the process of measuring eye movements. An eye tracker was made to estimate a user's gaze on a monitor. The aim was to create a system that controls electronic devices such as a robot car or lights without physical movement. In the future, this system can be used to control home appliances or help quadriplegics have more control over their environment.