Posture Based Detection of Attention in Human Computer Interaction

@inproceedings{Heyer2013PostureBD,
  title={Posture Based Detection of Attention in Human Computer Interaction},
  author={Patrick Heyer and Javier Herrera-Vega and Dan-El N. Vila Rosado and Luis Enrique Sucar and Felipe Orihuela-Espina},
  booktitle={PSIVT},
  year={2013}
}
  • Patrick Heyer, Javier Herrera-Vega, +2 authors Felipe Orihuela-Espina
  • Published in PSIVT 2013
  • Computer Science
  • Unacted posture conveys cues about people’s attentional disposition. We aim to identify robust markers of attention from posture while people carry out their duties seated in front of their computers at work. Body postures were randomly captured from 6 subjects while at work using a Kinect, and self-assessed as attentive or not attentive. Robust postural features exhibiting higher discriminative power across classification exercises with 4 well-known classifiers were identified. Average… CONTINUE READING

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