Gaze tracking and its application to video coding for sign language.
Muir, Laura; Richardson, Iain; Leaper, Steven
Sign language communication via videotelephone has demanding visual quality requirements. In order to optimise video coding for sign language it is necessary to quantify the importance of areas of the video scene. Eye movements of deaf users are tracked whilst watching a sign language video sequence. The results indicate that the gaze tends to concentrate on the face region with occasional excursions (saccades). The implications of these results for prioritised coding of sign language video sequences are discussed.
|Start Date||Apr 23, 2003|
|Publication Date||Dec 31, 2003|
|Institution Citation||MUIR, L., RICHARDSON, I. and LEAPER, S. 2003. Gaze tracking and its application to video coding for sign language. In Proceedings of the 2003 Picture coding symposium (PCS 2003), 23-25 April 2003, Saint-Malo, France. Le Chesnay: INRIA, pages 321-325.|
MUIR 2003 Gaze tracking and its application
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