The QuIP interpreter is a software environment for QUick Image Processing that features an interactive scripting language designed to facilitate use by non-expert users through features such as context-sensitive automatic response completion. The package includes a number of script packages that implement high-level functions such as analysis of eye images for human gaze tracking, medium-level functions such as feature tracking, and low-level functions such as image filtering. The environment also includes facilities for displaying images onscreen, drawing and overlaying graphics, and constructing graphical user interfaces using the scripting language. QuIP can be acquired at: http://scanpath.arc.nasa.gov/quip/ .

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