JACIII Vol.2 No.3 pp. 77-81
doi: 10.20965/jaciii.1998.p0077


CapRe: a Gaze Tracking System in Man-machine Interaction

Christophe Collet*,***, Alain Finkel*, and Rachid Gherbi**

*LSV-CNRS & ENS Cachan, 61,av du Pdt Wilson F-94235 Cachan Cedex, France

**LIMSI-CNRS, Bât. 508, BP 133 F-91403 Orsay, France

October 10, 1997
January 25, 1998
June 20, 1998
Man-machine interaction, Vision, Pattern recognition, Gaze direction and tracking
We present a real-time camera-based system designed for gaze tracking focused on human-computer communication. We aim to equip computer systems with a tool that provides visual information on the user. This tool must satisfy interaction constraints and be nonintrusive, so we use a CCD camera placed between the keyboard and the screen. The system detects the user's presence, locates and tracks the face, nose, and eyes. Detection combines image processing and pattern recognition techniques.
Cite this article as:
C. Collet, A. Finkel, and R. Gherbi, “CapRe: a Gaze Tracking System in Man-machine Interaction,” J. Adv. Comput. Intell. Intell. Inform., Vol.2 No.3, pp. 77-81, 1998.
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