Computer Vision based Machine Interaction
Keywords:Remote eye gaze tracking, multiple person detection and tracking, free view video
AbstractThis paper introduces the Laboratory of Technologies for Interaction(LaTIn) and briefly describes its current main projects. The mainfocus of LaTInhas been developing new ways of human-machineinteraction using computer vision techniques. The projects arecathegorized according to the distance between the human user and themachine being operated. For close distances, appropriate forinteraction with desktop computers for example, we have developed eye-gazebased interfaces. We have also built hand and body gestures interfacesappropriate for kiosks and virtual reality settings and, for largedistances, we have developed novel multiple people tracking techniquesthat have been used for surveillance and monitoring applications.
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