What are you looking at ? Gaze estimation in medium-scale images

@inproceedings{Robertson2005WhatAY,
  title={What are you looking at ? Gaze estimation in medium-scale images},
  author={Neil Robertson and I. Neil 1 Reid and Michael Brady},
  year={2005}
}
In this paper we describe a new method for estimating where a person is looking in images where the head of a person is typically 20 pixels high. We use a feature vector based on skin detection to estimate the orientation of the head, which is discretised into 8 different orientations, relative to the camera. A fast sampling method returns a distribution over head pose. The general direction of the person is estimated based on velocity. We show that, by combining direction and head pose using a… CONTINUE READING
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