Eye Gaze Correction with a Single Webcam Based on Eye-Replacement

  title={Eye Gaze Correction with a Single Webcam Based on Eye-Replacement},
  author={Yalun Qin and K. Lien and M. Turk and Tobias H{\"o}llerer},
In traditional video conferencing systems, it is impossible for users to have eye contact when looking at the conversation partner’s face displayed on the screen, due to the disparity between the locations of the camera and the screen. In this work, we implemented a gaze correction system that can automatically maintain eye contact by replacing the eyes of the user with the direct looking eyes (looking directly into the camera) captured in the initialization stage. Our real-time system has good… Expand
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