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Proceedings of the 2010 workshop on Eye gaze in intelligent human machine interaction - EGIHMI '10
In this paper, we present the user's attentive state interpreted through eye gaze while interacting with a virtual character. The underlying narrative in which the approach was tested is based on a classical XIX th century psychological novel: Madame Bovary, by Flaubert. We connected a remote eye tracker with a dynamic 3D world. An empirical study revealed individual user experiences and behavioral patterns. In particular, we identified two different groups of users: one that was showingdoi:10.1145/2002333.2002345 fatcat:c7v5kwy4tvhhllr7licyfmawne