Head or Gaze? Controlling Remote Camera for Hands-Busy Tasks in Teleoperation: A Comparison
Head motion and eye gaze are general models of natural human interaction. Recent computer vision based head tracking and eye tracking technologies have expanded the possibilities of designing and developing more natural and intuitive user interfaces for a wide range of applications. In this work, we focus on common handsbusy situations in teleoperation activities, where operators often have to control multiple devices simultaneously by hand in order to accomplish operational tasks. This...[Show more]
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