Analysis of eyetracking data can serve as an alternative method of evaluation when assessing the quality of computer-synthesized animations of American Sign Language (ASL), technology which can make information accessible to people who are deaf or hard-of-hearing, who may have lower levels of written language literacy. In this work, we build and evaluate the efficacy of descriptive models of subjective scores that native signers assign to ASL animations, based on eye-tracking metrics.
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Huenerfauth, Matt and Kacorri, Hernisa, "Eyetracking Metrics Related to Subjective Assessments of ASL Animations" (2016). Accessed from
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Presented at the 31st Annual International Technology and Persons with Disabilities Conference, March 21-26, 2016, San Diego, CA. Proceedings published in the Journal on Technology and Persons with Disabilities