Jeremy Kaminski (CS, Holon Institute of Technology)
Tuesday, 30.11.2010, 11:30
We introduce a system to compute both head orientation and gaze
detection from a single image. The system uses a camera with ﬁxed
parameters and requires no user calibration.
Our approach to head orientation is based on a geometrical model of the
human face, and is derived from morphological and physiological data.
Eye gaze detection is based on a geometrical model of the human eye. Two
new algorithms are introduced that require either two or three feature
points to be extracted from each image.
Our algorithms are robust and run in real-time on a typical PC, which
makes our system useful for a large variety of needs, from driver
attention monitoring to machine-human interaction.