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README.md

DeepEyeControl

Using your eyes to trigger shortcuts on your computer.

Read the article on Medium

Required install:

tensorflow
tflearn
  • Create folder Data/Raw/, Data/Processed/ Models/ and Datasets/

To train the classifier:

python model.py train

To test the classifier (requires some trivial tweaking in the code):

python model.py test

To use the classifier to predict current motion:

python main.py
  • Most editable parameters are in the config.py file, the model can be changed in the model.py file.
  • I haven't implemented the end of pipeline (actual commands trigger) but that is straightforward in the classifier.py file.
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