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Gaze directed camera control for face image acquisition

Eric Sommerlade, Ben Benfold, Ian Reid
2011 2011 IEEE International Conference on Robotics and Automation  
Face recognition in surveillance situations usually requires high resolution face images to be captured from remote active cameras.  ...  Since the recognition accuracy is typically a function of the face direction -with frontal faces more likely to lead to reliable recognition -we propose a system which optimises the capturing of such images  ...  For example, a recent method [5] first looks for frontal face Fig. 2 : Top-down view of camera in direction α (red) facing a target with mean gaze γ, yielding an angle of incidence a. detections, and  ... 
doi:10.1109/icra.2011.5979585 dblp:conf/icra/SommerladeBR11 fatcat:swkjasmbqbbbfjkxwmdbehwnye

On the Design of a Low Cost Gaze Tracker for Interaction

A. Carbone, F. Martínez, E. Pissaloux, D. Mazeika, R. Velázquez
2012 Procedia Technology - Elsevier  
The human gaze is a basic mean for non verbal interaction.  ...  Therefore the technological tool is a key for new interaction models. This paper presents a tool for gaze interaction: a new gaze tracker.  ...  We thank the students (from MIT who, in the frame of France-MIT program, have contributed to implementation of the mechanical support for the gaze tracker and from UPMC who have participated in software  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.protcy.2012.03.010 fatcat:zj3i6kh4unbx3ib7owietb6a7a

iShadow

Addison Mayberry, Pan Hu, Benjamin Marlin, Christopher Salthouse, Deepak Ganesan
2014 Proceedings of the 12th annual international conference on Mobile systems, applications, and services - MobiSys '14  
and continuous processing of the image stream using sophisticated gaze estimation algorithms.  ...  Continuous, real-time tracking of eye gaze is valuable in a variety of scenarios including hands-free interaction with the physical world, detection of unsafe behaviors, leveraging visual context for advertising  ...  We would also like to thank Jeremy Gummeson, for much needed help with the hardware prototype, and Geoffrey Barrows of Centeye, Inc., for a great deal of crucial support and advice for the Stonyman cameras  ... 
doi:10.1145/2594368.2594388 pmid:26539565 pmcid:PMC4629875 dblp:conf/mobisys/MayberryHMSG14 fatcat:pfh2r5kt55b4rgwtnwxelq2g7q

A Narrative Vehicle Protection Representation for Vehicle Speed Regulator Under Driver Exhaustion -- A Study [article]

V. Karthikeyan, B. Praveen Kumar, S. Suresh Babu, R. Purusothaman, shijin Thomas
2014 arXiv   pre-print
This system was tested adequately with subjects of different technology of various researchers finally the validity of the proposed model for vehicle speed controller based on driver fatigue detection  ...  The purpose of such a model is to advance a system to detect fatigue symptoms in drivers and control the speed of vehicle to avoid accidents.  ...  The direction of a person's gaze is determined by two factors: the orientation of the face (face pose), and the orientation of eye (eye gaze).Face pose determines the global direction of the gaze, while  ... 
arXiv:1402.3657v1 fatcat:iecxmk2wzretbck2dri7sdcqeu

How Infants View Natural Scenes Gathered From a Head-Mounted Camera

Richard N. Aslin
2009 Optometry and Vision Science  
Recently, several labs have begun the laborious process of obtaining video images from a head-mounted camera to provide an infant's eye-view of their visual world.  ...  , as well as the broader implications for studies of cognitive, language, and social development.  ...  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS I thank Rachel White for coordinating the data collection and analysis. This research was supported by grants from NIH (HD-37,082) and the McDonnell Foundation (220020096).  ... 
doi:10.1097/opx.0b013e3181a76e96 pmid:19417702 pmcid:PMC2748119 fatcat:q4aewjockvgita4cjy6wzin7ya

Identification of Eye Movements from Non-frontal Face Images for Eye-controlled Systems

Min Lin, Bin Li, Qiao-Hong Liu
2014 International Journal of Automation and Computing  
At present, researches on eye movement identification mainly focus on frontal face images. In fact, acquisition of non-frontal face images is more reasonable in real applications.  ...  In this paper, we discuss the identification process of eye movements from non-frontal face images.  ...  Section 3 emphasizes the methods for identification of the eye movements from non-frontal face images including image acquisition, face detection, eye window extraction and eye movement recognition.  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11633-014-0827-0 fatcat:5xeb44zipvd7jj673ce4qdcdvu

ETH-XGaze: A Large Scale Dataset for Gaze Estimation under Extreme Head Pose and Gaze Variation [article]

Xucong Zhang and Seonwook Park and Thabo Beeler and Derek Bradley and Siyu Tang and Otmar Hilliges
2020 arXiv   pre-print
In this paper, we propose a new gaze estimation dataset called ETH-XGaze, consisting of over one million high-resolution images of varying gaze under extreme head poses.  ...  We collect this dataset from 110 participants with a custom hardware setup including 18 digital SLR cameras and adjustable illumination conditions, and a calibrated system to record ground truth gaze targets  ...  Acknowledgements We thank the participants of our dataset for their contributions, our reviewers for helping us improve the paper, and Jan Wezel for helping with the hardware setup.  ... 
arXiv:2007.15837v1 fatcat:s22if7d2xbdptnzsvif5pojqoy

Empirical Study on Designing of Gaze Tracking Camera Based on the Information of User's Head Movement

Weiyuan Pan, Dongwook Jung, Hyo Yoon, Dong Lee, Rizwan Naqvi, Kwan Lee, Kang Park
2016 Sensors  
In addition, when using a lens with a small DOF, the eye region in the captured image is easily blurred by movement of the user's head in the z-direction (approaching or receding from the camera).  ...  However, the measurement resolution of head movement by the RGB camera becomes too small due to the far z-distance between camera and user, and the distorted image of user's face can be captured.  ...  Images captured by our gaze tracking camera: (a) before head movement in the vertical direction; (b) after movement in the vertical direction; (c) before head movement in the z-direction; and (d) after  ... 
doi:10.3390/s16091396 pmid:27589768 pmcid:PMC5038674 fatcat:f2ld2jiv2rhxtnv7f5lfdus52m

An Intelligent and Low-cost Eye-tracking System for Motorized Wheelchair Control [article]

Mahmoud Dahmani, Muhammad E. H. Chowdhury, Amith Khandakar, Tawsifur Rahman, Khaled Al-Jayyousi, Abdalla Hefny, Serkan Kiranyaz
2020 arXiv   pre-print
The system input was images of the users eye that were processed to estimate the gaze direction and the wheelchair was moved accordingly.  ...  CNN exhibited the best performance (i.e. 99.3% classification accuracy), and thus it was the model of choice for the gaze estimator, which commands the wheelchair motion.  ...  Implementation details cover eye frame design for image acquisition, Gaze estimation algorithm along with the dataset acquisition and training based on the dataset for the CNN, modified joystick controller  ... 
arXiv:2005.02118v1 fatcat:pn74qg55mfgyjop35w3eaoncdy

Gaze360: Physically Unconstrained Gaze Estimation in the Wild [article]

Petr Kellnhofer, Adria Recasens, Simon Stent, Wojciech Matusik, Antonio Torralba
2019 arXiv   pre-print
In this work, we present Gaze360, a large-scale gaze-tracking dataset and method for robust 3D gaze estimation in unconstrained images.  ...  Our proposed 3D gaze model extends existing models to include temporal information and to directly output an estimate of gaze uncertainty.  ...  Appearance-based gaze models: Appearance-based methods learn a more direct image-to-gaze mapping, using large datasets of annotated eye or face images.  ... 
arXiv:1910.10088v1 fatcat:fgwl36apkjaglid5zwabdbvnau

Eyes Based Eletric Wheel Chair Control System- - I (eye) can control Electric Wheel Chair -

Kohei Arai, Ronny Mardiyanto
2011 International Journal of Advanced Computer Science and Applications  
Moreover, it is confirmed that the proposed EBEWC can be controlled by human eyes only accurately and safely. Keywords-computer input by human eyes only; gaze estimation; electric wheelchair control.  ...  The direction command related to the movement direction of EWC and the timing command related to the time condition when the EWC should move.  ...  The proposed EBEWC system utilizes infrared web camera, NetCowBoy DC-NCR 131 as face image acquisition in a real time basis. This camera has IR Light Emission Diode: LED.  ... 
doi:10.14569/ijacsa.2011.021215 fatcat:ys3q2s6gknadnnxsgohwllkcly

Real Time Visual Cues Extraction for Monitoring Driver Vigilance [chapter]

Qiang Ji, Xiaojie Yang
2001 Lecture Notes in Computer Science  
The main components of the system consists of a specially-designed hardware system for real time image acquisition and for controlling the illuminator and the alarm system, and various computer vision  ...  algorithms for real time eye tracking, eyelid movement monitoring, face pose discrimination, and gaze estimation.  ...  To meet these requirements, we built a special infrared (IR) illuminator and choose a IR-sensitive CCD camera for image acquisition.  ... 
doi:10.1007/3-540-48222-9_8 fatcat:k3wttfs4ozh4lduaogfcycli5u

An Intelligent and Low-Cost Eye-Tracking System for Motorized Wheelchair Control

Mahmoud Dahmani, Muhammad E. H. Chowdhury, Amith Khandakar, Tawsifur Rahman, Khaled Al-Jayyousi, Abdalla Hefny, Serkan Kiranyaz
2020 Sensors  
The system input is images of the user's eye that are processed to estimate the gaze direction and the wheelchair was moved accordingly.  ...  CNN exhibited the best performance (i.e., 99.3% classification accuracy), and thus it was the model of choice for the gaze estimator, which commands the wheelchair motion.  ...  Figure 5 . 5 Image acquisition system using IR camera. Figure 5 . 5 Image acquisition system using IR camera. Figure 6 . 6 Classification of algorithms for gaze estimation.  ... 
doi:10.3390/s20143936 pmid:32679779 fatcat:34uvg3jlgvd5dgihfsvprj55um

Remote Eye Gaze Tracking Research: A Comparative Evaluation on Past and Recent Progress

Ibrahim Shehi Shehu, Yafei Wang, Athuman Mohamed Athuman, Xianping Fu
2021 Electronics  
Eye gaze data in a broad sense has been used in research and systems for eye movements, eye tracking, and eye gaze tracking.  ...  The drop point of visual attention known as point of gaze (PoG), and the direction of visual attention known as line of sight (LoS), are important tasks of REGT systems.  ...  Image Acquisition and Pre-Processing Regardless of the gaze estimation method, similar procedures for image acquisition and pre-processing are commonly used.  ... 
doi:10.3390/electronics10243165 fatcat:ju3gsvvlezcvxplda6f5aabb74

Vehicle Tracking System Involved Drowsiness Detection System Using Buzzer & Vibration Sensor

TEJASHREE WANI, Prof. S. K. Kapde
2016 Zenodo  
This paper uses regulated 5V, 500mA power supply. 7805 three terminal voltage regulator is used for voltage regulation.  ...  The Position will be messaged using GPS and GSM respectively interfaced to the controller. A vibrator is also interfaced so that the driver will be alerted and can drive safely.  ...  PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS IMAGE ACQUISITION: The image acquisition module uses a low-cost web camera. USB webcam is used based on CCD mechanism. Camera is interfaced to MCU using USB port.  ... 
doi:10.5281/zenodo.1468267 fatcat:qrwzbboka5ftdfvko7cwd3sarq
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