Eye Gaze Estimation Model Analysis

28 Jul 2022  ·  Aveena Kottwani, Ayush Kumar ·

We explore techniques for eye gaze estimation using machine learning. Eye gaze estimation is a common problem for various behavior analysis and human-computer interfaces. The purpose of this work is to discuss various model types for eye gaze estimation and present the results from predicting gaze direction using eye landmarks in unconstrained settings. In unconstrained real-world settings, feature-based and model-based methods are outperformed by recent appearance-based methods due to factors like illumination changes and other visual artifacts. We discuss a learning-based method for eye region landmark localization trained exclusively on synthetic data. We discuss how to use detected landmarks as input to iterative model-fitting and lightweight learning-based gaze estimation methods and how to use the model for person-independent and personalized gaze estimations.

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