Adrien Le Roch

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How people look at visual information reveals fundamental information about themselves, their interests and their state of mind. While previous visual attention models output static 2-dimensional saliency maps, saccadic models aim to predict not only where observers look at but also how they move their eyes to explore the scene. Here we demonstrate that(More)
Visual attention networks are so pervasive in the human brain that eye movements carry a wealth of information that can be exploited for many purposes. In this paper, we present evidence that information derived from observers' gaze can be used to infer their age. This is the first study showing that simple features extracted from the ordered sequence of(More)
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