Owl and Lizard: Patterns of Head Pose and Eye Pose in Driver Gaze Classification

17 Aug 2015 Lex Fridman Joonbum Lee Bryan Reimer Trent Victor

Accurate, robust, inexpensive gaze tracking in the car can help keep a driver safe by facilitating the more effective study of how to improve (1) vehicle interfaces and (2) the design of future Advanced Driver Assistance Systems. In this paper, we estimate head pose and eye pose from monocular video using methods developed extensively in prior work and ask two new interesting questions... (read more)

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