Eyes alive

@inproceedings{Lee2002EyesA,
  title={Eyes alive},
  author={Sooha Park Lee and Jeremy B. Badler and Norman I. Badler},
  booktitle={SIGGRAPH},
  year={2002}
}
For an animated human face model to appear natural it should produce eye movements consistent with human ocular behavior. During face-to-face conversational interactions, eyes exhibit conversational turn-taking and agent thought processes through gaze direction, saccades, and scan patterns. We have implemented an eye movement model based on empirical models of saccades and statistical models of eye-tracking data. Face animations using stationary eyes, eyes with random saccades only, and eyes… CONTINUE READING
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