Eye-tracktive: Measuring Attention to Body Parts when Judging Human Motions

@inproceedings{Ennis2015EyetracktiveMA,
  title={Eye-tracktive: Measuring Attention to Body Parts when Judging Human Motions},
  author={Cathy Ennis and Ludovic Hoyet and Carol O'Sullivan},
  booktitle={Eurographics},
  year={2015}
}
Virtual humans are often endowed with human-like characteristics to make them more appealing and engaging. Motion capture is a reliable way to represent natural motion on such characters, thereby allowing a wide range of animations to be automatically created and replicated. However, interpersonal differences in actors’ performances can be subtle and complex, yet have a strong effect on the human observer. Such effects can be very difficult to express quantitatively or indeed even qualitatively… CONTINUE READING