One important aspect of perceptual interfaces is the analysis of human attention. Since eye movement reveals the regions of interest (ROI) of the human visual system, it is widely utilized in researches regarding visual attention understanding. Observing the focus of human interest allows for improved human computer interaction. To facilitate the research in visual attention analysis, CMVS has designed and establish a new task-driven eye tracking dataset that provides fixation density maps of 47 subjects.
CMVS has also explored gaze direction analysis from video data and establish the Oulu Multi-pose Eye Gaze Dataset that contains eye gaze images captured under multiple head poses.
He Q, Hong X, Chai X, Holappa J, Zhao G, Chen X & Pietikäinen M (2015) OMEG: Oulu multi-pose eye gaze dataset. In: Image Analysis, SCIA 2015 Proceedings, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 9127:418-427.
Xu Y, Hong X, He Q, Zhao G & Pietikäinen M (2015) A task-driven eye tracking dataset for visual attention analysis. In: Advanced Concepts for Intelligent Vision Systems, ACIVS 2015 Proceedings, Lecture Notes in Computer Science, 9386:637-648.
Last updated: 23.8.2016