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High Precision Canthus Alignment for Visible-Spectrum Gaze Tracking System with Head Movement Compensation
head movement compensation
More than 80% of people get information from the visual. The gaze tracker obtains gaze points by tracking eye movements. By analyzing visual behavior, it can be applied to cognitive psychology, business, medicine, and human-machine interface. In order to collect eye movement information more conveniently and effectively, eye tracking technology continues to develop and innovate. However, visible eye trackers still have many difficulties and challenges in supporting head movements, such as how to stably track the eyes in the image, how to position the eyes in space, the relative positional relationship between the camera and the screen, and the situation in which each person has a different main eye. Inconsistent situations. The high-precision canthus detection proposed in this paper is used to locate the relative position of the eyeball. canthus detection is also used to estimate the motion of the head in the image. In order to obtain the position of the eyes, camera and screen in the space, and to detect the main eye. The accuracy of the gaze point estimation is further improved by the method of canthus detection and head motion compensation.
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