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A Bi-Directional Visual Stereo Interface for Accessing Stereo Matching Results from a Human Brain

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A Bi-Directional Visual Stereo Interface for Accessing Stereo Matching Results from a Human Brain
In this paper, a novel interface, termed BVSI, allowing people to input stereo correspondences more efficiently is proposed. The BVSI consists of a stereo display for providing a stereo view of a 3-D scene and a binocular gaze tracker for recording the binocular fixation points of an operator. A calibration method of the BVSI is presented in this paper. The horizontal gaze tracking error of the calibrated BVSI is about ??? pixels. Real experiments have been conducted and the results showed that the proposed system is very promising.
Sheng-Wen Shih, Tzu-Hsuan Lo
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Type Conference
Year 2002
Where ICPR
Authors Sheng-Wen Shih, Tzu-Hsuan Lo
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