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Gaze awareness for video-conferencing: a software approach

S. Seitz, T. Kang, C.L. Zitnick, K. Toyama, J. Gemmell
2000 IEEE Multimedia  
The typical videoconferencing interface doesn't provide gaze awareness or give participants a sense of spatial relationships. Figure A.  ...  Existing systems restore gaze awareness only by using special and typically expensive hardware. We developed a software-based approach to videoconferencing gaze awareness.  ...  We intend to publicly release our software with a replaceable vision module, which will let vision research groups try their own approaches using our system.  ... 
doi:10.1109/93.895152 fatcat:xppoh5h7zrb4vhdism5ytbmahm

LookAtChat: Visualizing Gaze Awareness for Remote Small-Group Conversations [article]

Zhenyi He, Ruofei Du, Ken Perlin
2021 arXiv   pre-print
We introduce LookAtChat, a web-based video conferencing system, which empowers remote users to identify gaze awareness and spatial relationships in small-group conversations.  ...  gaze awareness visualization into existing videoconferencing systems.  ...  And yet, shared free sketch software is not well integrated into video conferencing software or available as stand-alone software for now, though quite a few researches have focused on that in immersive  ... 
arXiv:2107.06265v3 fatcat:g2z5lwi7bvel7ng5hfjm6kzbr4

Gaze correction for home video conferencing

Claudia Kuster, Tiberiu Popa, Jean-Charles Bazin, Craig Gotsman, Markus Gross
2012 ACM Transactions on Graphics  
While this problem has been partially solved for high-end expensive video conferencing systems, it has not been convincingly solved for consumer-level setups.  ...  Our method is suitable for mainstream home video conferencing: it uses inexpensive consumer hardware, achieves real-time performance and requires just a simple and short setup.  ...  Thanks to Michal Nir, Saar Gross and Omri Azencot of Technion for developing the Skype plugin.  ... 
doi:10.1145/2366145.2366193 fatcat:3qecwxjsj5agpidvlpw4eynlzu

Immersive 3D video conferencing: challenges, concepts, and implementation

Peter Eisert, Touradj Ebrahimi, Thomas Sikora
2003 Visual Communications and Image Processing 2003  
In this paper, a next generation 3-D video conferencing system is presented that provides immersive telepresence and natural representation of all participants in a shared virtual meeting space.  ...  Beside low bit-rates, the model-based approach enables new possibilities for image enhancements like digital make-up, digital dressing, or modification of scene lighting.  ...  First with the introduction of digital computers, cheap and powerful hardware and software devices have been developed and, today, video conferencing is rapidly advancing.  ... 
doi:10.1117/12.509896 fatcat:k4hl5s7mpjd73bruvk7rt57de4

Concepts in multimodal discourse analysis with examples from video conferencing

Sigrid Norris
2016 Yearbook of the Poznan Linguistic Meeting  
At this point, the technology that mediates the interaction is only a mundane aspect, taken for granted by the participants.  ...  The data for this article comes from a video ethnographic study (with emphasis on the video data) of 17 New Zealand families (inter)acting with family members via skype or facetime across the globe.  ...  session just that: a video conferencing-session.  ... 
doi:10.1515/yplm-2016-0007 fatcat:qkb532ozdzc7lj2unpv52bezom

A QoE study of different stream and layout configurations in video conferencing under limited network conditions

Simon N. B. Gunkel, Marwin Schmitt, Pablo Cesar
2015 2015 Seventh International Workshop on Quality of Multimedia Experience (QoMEX)  
However, video conferencing with two people (one-to-one) and within a group (multi-party) is different.  ...  One particular problem of QoE research in video conferencing is, that most research in the past concentrated on one-to-one video conferencing or simply video consumption.  ...  Thanks goes to all partners of the Vconect project for their valuable input. Special thanks go to Yaroslav Kryvyi for his technical support.  ... 
doi:10.1109/qomex.2015.7148085 dblp:conf/qomex/GunkelSC15 fatcat:64cmekkqyvhshlshp24a2uh5iq

HoloPort: a device for simultaneous video and data conferencing featuring gaze awareness

Martin Küchler, Andreas Kunz
2006
In this paper, a system setup dubbed HoloPort is presented, which enables intuitive point-to-point video conferencing between two small groups.  ...  The device features gaze awareness between local and remote conferees during video and data conferences, and pen-based on-screen interaction.  ...  We would like to thank Konrad Wegener from inspire AG for supporting this work.  ... 
doi:10.3929/ethz-a-005713993 fatcat:fhu4cc7suvaw5gzeeq7j42uw2u

HoloPort - A Device for Simultaneous Video and Data Conferencing Featuring Gaze Awareness

M. Kuechler, A. Kunz
IEEE Virtual Reality Conference (VR 2006)  
In this paper, a system setup dubbed HoloPort is presented, which enables intuitive point-to-point video conferencing between two small groups.  ...  The device features gaze awareness between local and remote conferees during video and data conferences, and pen-based on-screen interaction.  ...  Again, today's video conferencing systems with cameras placed on the side of the display or screen do not allow gaze awareness.  ... 
doi:10.1109/vr.2006.71 dblp:conf/vr/KuechlerK06 fatcat:nhvga4d5bngilh4fjsg4i5fjum

Look who's talking

Roel Vertegaal, Harro Vons, Robert Slagter
1998 CHI 98 conference summary on Human factors in computing systems - CHI '98  
The GAZE Groupware System is a multiparty mediated system which provides support for gaze awareness in communication and collaboration.  ...  INTRODUCTION With recent advances in network infrastructure and computing power, desktop video conferencing and groupware systems are rapidly evolving into viable solutions for remote communication and  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS We thank Nancy and Dixon Cleveland for their support.  ... 
doi:10.1145/286498.286772 dblp:conf/chi/VertegaalVS98 fatcat:haz7nzdpobfmfeeipiz7idfm5i

Mitigating problems in video-mediated group discussions

Marwin Schmitt, Simon Gunkel, Pablo Cesar, Dick Bulterman
2014 Proceedings of the 2014 workshop on Understanding and Modeling Multiparty, Multimodal Interactions - UM3I '14  
Users further face a lack or distortion of non-verbal cues like gaze awareness.  ...  Further, we provide an analysis of the suitability of normal webcam data for such cue recognition. Based on our observations, we suggest strategies that can be implemented to alleviate the problems.  ...  In a standard video-conferencing setup mutual gaze is not possible. However this gaze-awareness is crucial for several turn-prediction models [8] .  ... 
doi:10.1145/2666242.2666247 dblp:conf/icmi/SchmittGCB14 fatcat:3lo36vr5djhlhfvmgcekqw6cru

Mutual Gaze Support in Videoconferencing Reviewed

Holger Regenbrecht, Tobias Langlotz
2015 Communications of the Association for Information Systems  
In this paper, we review technical concepts and implementations for mutual gaze support in videoconferencing, classify them, evaluate them according to a defined set of criteria, and give recommendations  ...  for future developments.  ...  We also thank Adam LeBrocq for his constructive editorial help. This work was partly funded by a University of Otago CALT-RUT research grant (JDLJ17096).  ... 
doi:10.17705/1cais.03745 fatcat:gcdxrudtrjfilkttf3dfbhtvfi

The GAZE groupware system

Roel Vertegaal
1999 Proceedings of the SIGCHI conference on Human factors in computing systems the CHI is the limit - CHI '99  
As a candidate solution, we present the GAZE Groupware System, which combines support for gaze awareness in multiparty mediated communication and collaboration with small and linear bandwidth requirements  ...  Video conferencing is no longer limited to expensive circuit-switched ISDN networks and is starting to be used over standard internet connections in conjunction with groupware software.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS Thanks to Harro Vons, Robert Slagter, Gerrit van der Veer, Nancy and Dixon Cleveland, the LC Technologies team, Boris Velichkovsky, and Robert Rathbun of Cyberian Outpost for their important  ... 
doi:10.1145/302979.303065 dblp:conf/chi/Vertegaal99 fatcat:tvbghirqzjdnjap7sk5lxdw6zq

Web conferencing systems for ubi-media collaboration: Achievements and challenges

Bin Yu, Yong Rui
2008 2008 First IEEE International Conference on Ubi-Media Computing  
While WCSs have revolutionized the way people communicate and collaborate, there is still a lot of room for improvement in both the technologies and the users experience.  ...  Web conferencing systems (WCSs) have entered a golden age of rapid development, as evidenced by more than a dozen commercial products and an expanding consumer population in the past five years.  ...  Video Conferencing After many years of research, experiments and discussion on video conferencing [3] [8] [1] , people have come to a common understanding about video"s role in group worktele-data and  ... 
doi:10.1109/umedia.2008.4570903 fatcat:ny72kauapzfhfgzt5v6qikr7re

GazeLens: Guiding Attention to Improve Gaze Interpretation in Hub-Satellite Collaboration [chapter]

Khanh-Duy Le, Ignacio Avellino, Cédric Fleury, Morten Fjeld, Andreas Kunz
2019 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
Our evaluation shows that GazeLens (1) increases hub coworkers' overall gaze interpretation accuracy by 25.8% in comparison to a conventional video conferencing system, (2) especially for physical artifacts  ...  We present GazeLens, a video conferencing system that improves hub coworkers' ability to interpret the satellite worker's gaze.  ...  To our knowledge, no off-theshelf video conferencing interfaces for laptop/tablet offer better unmediated gaze towards people and artifacts than a ConvVC.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-3-030-29384-0_18 fatcat:peyniro3ozecvbciqlxiycwjye

MAJIC Videoconferencing System: Experiments, Evaluation and Improvement [chapter]

Yusuke Ichikawa, Ken-ichi Okada, Giseok Jeong, Shunsuke Tanaka, Yutaka Matsushita
1995 Proceedings of the Fourth European Conference on Computer-Supported Cooperative Work ECSCW '95  
of participants that are not expressed by verbal languages This means that not only verbal information but also non-verbal information (i e , gestures, facial expression, eyes of participant, etc.) is a  ...  These experiments verify the sense of presence in MAJIC environments where life-size video images without boundaries are supported We developed a new MAJIC prototype based on these experiments  ...  ., Ltd. and NTT software laboratories for their support.  ... 
doi:10.1007/978-94-011-0349-7_18 fatcat:bacov76w4ndgjj62alddgv6dvq
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