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The GazeCom project is funded by the European Commission (contract no. IST-C-033816) within the Information Society Technologies (IST) priority of the 6th Framework Programme.
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Eye movement modelling and gaze guidance

by Michael Dorr last modified 2008-10-31 14:52

Presented at the Fourth International Workshop on Human-Computer Conversation, Bellagio, Italy

Michael Dorr, Eleonora Vig, Karl R. Gegenfurtner, and Thomas Martinetz, and Erhardt Barth

We show that a simple low-dimensional representation of movie patches, namely local spectral energy, can be used to predict where people will look in dynamic natural scenes. We then present a gaze-contingent display that modifies local spectral energy in real time. This modification of the saliency distribution of the scene leads to a change in eye movement statistics. Our research aims at the guidance of gaze with the ultimate goal of optimising vision-based communication systems.

Paper in pdf format.


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