Driver Gaze Tracking and Eyes Off the Road Detection System

  title={Driver Gaze Tracking and Eyes Off the Road Detection System},
  author={Francisco Vicente and Zehua Huang and Xuehan Xiong and Fernando De la Torre and Wende Zhang and Dan Levi},
  journal={IEEE Transactions on Intelligent Transportation Systems},
Distracted driving is one of the main causes of vehicle collisions in the United States. Passively monitoring a driver's activities constitutes the basis of an automobile safety system that can potentially reduce the number of accidents by estimating the driver's focus of attention. This paper proposes an inexpensive vision-based system to accurately detect Eyes Off the Road (EOR). The system has three main components: 1) robust facial feature tracking; 2) head pose and gaze estimation; and 3… CONTINUE READING
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