Technical Reports 2010

2 Publikation(en)

Driving an autonomous car with eye tracking

Miao Wang, David Latotzky

B-10-03

This paper describes eyeDriver, a hardware and software setup to drive an autonomous car with eye movement. The movement of the operator’s iris is tracked with an infrared sensitive camera built onto a HED4 interface by SMI. The position of the iris is then propagated by eyeDriver to control the steering wheel of “Spirit of Berlin”, a completely autonomous car developed by the Free University of Berlin which is capable of unmanned driving in urban areas.

Thema: autonomous car, eye tracking

Remote controlling an autonomous car

Miao Wang, Tinosch Ganjineh

B-10-02

This paper describes iDriver, an iPhone software to remote control “Spirit of Berlin”. “Spirit of Berlin” is a completely autonomous car developed by the Free University of Berlin which is capable of unmanned driving in urban areas. iDriver is an iPhone application sending control packets to the car in order to remote control its steering wheel, gas and brake pedal, gear shift and turn signals. Additionally, a video stream from two top-mounted cameras is broadcasted back to the iPhone.

Thema: remote control, autonomous car, iPhone

 


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