Eye Tracking Interface for ALS Patients


I worked on a product under Assistive Technology comprising of a digital eye-tracking interface for ALS patients in India with Prof. Mandar Rane.


• ALS patients are unable to communicate with the people in
their environment due to paralysis and speech impairment

• This interface aims to dissolve the communication barrier by
empowering the patients to click on icons on a computer
screen using their eyes only


• Clicking on these icons (comprising of their daily needs) sends
a sound output to the patient’s caretaker/family members

• The secondary aim is to develop a set of standardized icons
for the ALS community pertaining to their daily needs

My team and I recently published a poster about a part of our work on this project at the Design4Health Conference 2018 in Sheffield, UK.

Artboard 1@2x

Case study coming soon!

Other projects

NH7 Weekender AppMobile App Design

Asian Paints Book DesignPublication Design

Icon Usability TestingDesign Research

Eye Tracking Interface for ALS PatientsHuman Computer Interaction

Project MudraVisual Design

© Apoorva Savant 2018