# Publications

# Publications from the Community

Pupil Labs products are being used in various areas of academic research and hundreds of publications have been made with them. You can find a list containing most of the existing publications here.

If you are using Pupil Invisible in your own research, please cite the following paper in your publications!

A High-Level Description and Performance Evaluation of Pupil Invisible

BibTeX Style Citation

@article{tonsen2020high,
  title={A High-Level Description and Performance Evaluation of Pupil Invisible},
  author={Tonsen, Marc and Baumann, Chris Kay and Dierkes, Kai},
  journal={arXiv preprint arXiv:2009.00508},
  year={2020}
}

For guidance on citing Pupil Core please see here.

# Publications from Pupil Labs

Pupil Labs has published several papers including white papers as well as peer-reviewed papers on eye tracking algorithms. Below they are listed chronologically:

# Pupil: an open source platform for pervasive eye tracking and mobile gaze-based interaction

# A novel approach to single camera, glint-free 3D eye model fitting including corneal refraction

# A fast approach to refraction-aware eye-model fitting and gaze prediction

# A High-Level Description and Performance Evaluation of Pupil Invisible

# Gaze-angle dependency of pupil-size measurements in head-mounted eye tracking