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Eye gaze tracking with free head movements using a single camera

Abstract : The problem of eye gaze tracking has been researched and developed for a long time. The most difficult problem in the non-intrusive system of eye gaze tracking is the problem of head movements. Some of existing methods have to use two cameras and an active infrared (IR) illumination to solve this problem. Otherwise, with a single camera, the user has to hold the head uncomfortably still when performing a session of eye gaze tracking. If the head of the user moves away from original position, the accuracy of these eye gaze-tracking systems drops dramatically. In this paper, we propose a solution using Gaussian Processes for eye gaze tracking that allows free head movements with a single camera.
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Ba Linh Nguyen, Youssef Chahir, Michele Molina, Charles Tijus, François Jouen. Eye gaze tracking with free head movements using a single camera. Symposium on Information and Communication Technology, Aug 2010, Hanoi, Vietnam. pp.108-113, ⟨10.1145/1852611.1852632⟩. ⟨hal-00808077⟩

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