Gaze locking: passive eye contact detection for human-object interaction

@inproceedings{Smith2013GazeLP,
  title={Gaze locking: passive eye contact detection for human-object interaction},
  author={Brian A. Smith and Qi Yin and Steven K. Feiner and Shree K. Nayar},
  booktitle={UIST},
  year={2013}
}
Eye contact plays a crucial role in our everyday social interactions. The ability of a device to reliably detect when a person is looking at it can lead to powerful human-object interfaces. Today, most gaze-based interactive systems rely on gaze tracking technology. Unfortunately, current gaze tracking techniques require active infrared illumination, calibration, or are sensitive to distance and pose. In this work, we propose a different solution-a passive, appearance-based approach for sensing… CONTINUE READING

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