An adaptive user interface system can be used to dynamically adapt a graphical user interface (GUI) for a user. The system is based on the observed ability of the user to focus on various GUI elements presented on the interface. The system is comprised of two subsystems, an eye tracking module and an interface adapter. The eye tracking module captures successive images of user’s eye focus locations on the interface over a predefined time period. The module then determines a set of interface locations most focussed on by the user and transmits them to the interface adapter. The interface adapter adapts or realigns the graphical user interface according to the received focussed locations.
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Sills, Max and Gordon, Robert, "ADAPTIVE USER INTERFACE BASED ON EYE TRACKING", Technical Disclosure Commons, (January 08, 2015)