Junzo Kamahara

Learn More
This paper presents a one-point calibration gaze tracking method based on eyeball kinematics using stereo cameras. By using two cameras and two light sources, the optic axis of the eye can be estimated. One-point calibration is required to estimate the angle of the visual axis from the optic axis. The eyeball rotates with optic and visual axes based on the(More)
A novel gaze estimation method based on a novel aspherical model of the cornea is proposed in this paper. The model is a surface of revolution about the optical axis of the eye. The calculation method is explained on the basis of the model. A prototype system for estimating the point of gaze (POG) has been developed using this method. The proposed method(More)
This paper presents a user-calibration-free method for estimating the point of gaze (POG) on a display accurately with estimation of the horizontal angles between the visual and the optical axes of both eyes. By using one pair of cameras and two light sources, the optical axis of the eye can be estimated. This estimation is carried out by using a spherical(More)
This paper presents a calibration-free method for estimating the point of gaze (POG) on a display by using two pairs of stereo cameras. By using one pair of cameras and two light sources, the optical axis of the eye and the position of the center of the cornea can be estimated. This estimation is carried out by using a spherical model of the cornea. One(More)
— In this paper, we propose a new map-based content sharing system 'MapWiki' for ubiquitous content distribution. In MapWiki, users can publish location-dependent information on the map as Wiki contents which contains links or inline images of the objects in the ubiquitous environment by simple formatting rules. The status change of the content are updated(More)
Nowadays, an enormous number of photographic images are uploaded on the Internet by casual users. In this study, we consider the concept of embedding geographical identification of locations as geotags in images. We attempt to retrieve images having certain similarities (or identical objects) from a geotagged image dataset. We then define the images having(More)