3D head tracking using normal flow constraints in a vehicle environment
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Akan, Batu and Çetin, Müjdat and Erçil, Aytül (2007) 3D head tracking using normal flow constraints in a vehicle environment. In: Biennial on DSP for in-Vehicle and Mobile Systems, İstanbul, Turkey
Head tracking is a key component in applications such as human computer interaction, person monitoring, driver monitoring, video conferencing, and object-based compression. The motion of a driver’s head can tell us a lot about his/her mental state; e.g. whether he/she is drowsy, alert, aggressive,
comfortable, tense, distracted, etc. This paper reviews an optical flow based method to track the head pose, both orientation and position, of a person and presents results from real world data recorded in a car environment.
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