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AAAI
1998
10 years 27 days ago
Eye Finding via Face Detection for a Foveated Active Vision System
Eye finding is the first step toward building a machine that can recognize social cues, like eye contact and gaze direction, in a natural context. In this paper, we present a real...
Brian Scassellati
CVPR
2005
IEEE
11 years 1 months ago
Statistical Cue Integration for Foveated Wide-Field Surveillance
Reliable detection of human activity is an unsolved problem. The main is that low resolution and the unconstrained nature of realistic environments and human behaviourmakeform cue...
Simon J. D. Prince, James H. Elder, Yuqian Hou, Mi...
CVPR
2003
IEEE
11 years 1 months ago
Eye Gaze Tracking Using an Active Stereo Head
In the eye gaze tracking problem, the goal is to determine where on a monitor screen a computer user is looking ? the gaze point. Existing systems generally have one of two limita...
David Beymer, Myron Flickner
TIP
2008
124views more  TIP 2008»
9 years 11 months ago
GAFFE: A Gaze-Attentive Fixation Finding Engine
Abstract-- The ability to automatically detect visually interesting regions in images has many practical applications, especially in the design of active machine vision and automat...
Umesh Rajashekar, Ian van der Linde, Alan C. Bovik...
CORR
2010
Springer
257views Education» more  CORR 2010»
9 years 9 months ago
Survey on Various Gesture Recognition Techniques for Interfacing Machines Based on Ambient Intelligence
Gesture recognition is mainly apprehensive on analyzing the functionality of human wits. The main goal of gesture recognition is to create a system which can recognize specific hu...
Harshith C, Karthik R. Shastry, Manoj Ravindran, M...
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