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PESAO: Psychophysical Experimental Setup for Active Observers

@article{Solbach2020PESAOPE,
  title={PESAO: Psychophysical Experimental Setup for Active Observers},
  author={Markus D. Solbach and John K. Tsotsos},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2020},
  volume={abs/2009.09933}
}
Most past and present research in computer vision involves passively observed data. Humans, however, are active observers outside the lab; they explore, search, select what and how to look. Nonetheless, how exactly active observation occurs in humans so that it can inform the design of active computer vision systems is an open problem. PESAO is designed for investigating active, visual observation in a 3D world. The goal was to build an experimental setup for various active perception tasks… Expand
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