Studying a Head Tracking Technique for First-Person-Shooter Games in a Home Setting

@inproceedings{Sko2013StudyingAH,
  title={Studying a Head Tracking Technique for First-Person-Shooter Games in a Home Setting},
  author={Torben Sko and Henry J. Gardner and Michael A. Martin},
  booktitle={INTERACT},
  year={2013}
}
This paper examines webcam-enabled head tracking for games in a home setting. A new head interaction technique was developed based upon prior laboratory-based research, with a focus on making it robust to the variable conditions of a home setting. Our technique was integrated into a test-bed game and 550 hours of gameplay data was collected from 2500 users, many of whom also provided formal feedback. The head tracking performed creditably and players reported that the experience was more… CONTINUE READING

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