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We propose a new remote gaze tracking system as an intelligent TV interface. Our research is novel in the following three ways: first, because a user can sit at various positions in front of a large display, the capture volume of the gaze tracking system should be greater, so the proposed system includes two cameras which can be moved simultaneously by(More)
With the development of intelligent surveillance systems, the need for accurate detection of pedestrians by cameras has increased. However, most of the previous studies use a single camera system, either a visible light or thermal camera, and their performances are affected by various factors such as shadow, illumination change, occlusion, and higher(More)
multimodal biometric systems have been widely used to overcome the limitation of unimodal biometric systems and to achieve high recognition accuracy. However, users feel inconvenience because most of the multimodal systems require several steps in order to acquire multimodal biometric data, which also requires the specific behaviors of users. In this(More)
— Mobile multimodal biometric systems have been recently used to overcome the limitations of unimodal biometric systems and to achieve high recognition accuracy. However, the conventional embedded mobile biometric systems have low processing power and small storage so they are insufficient for processing many biometric data. In addition, user feels(More)
which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited. Abstract Robust and accurate pupil detection is a prerequisite for gaze detection. Hence, we propose a new eye/pupil detection method for gaze detection on a large display. The novelty of our research can be summarized by the following(More)
Gaze tracking systems usually utilize near-infrared (NIR) lights and NIR cameras, and the performance of such systems is mainly affected by external light sources that include NIR components. This is ascribed to the production of additional (imposter) corneal specular reflection (SR) caused by the external light, which makes it difficult to discriminate(More)