Inferring gaze shifts from captured body motion (Inproceedings)

Rakita, D., T. Pejsa, B. Mutlu, and M. Gleicher. “Inferring Gaze Shifts from Captured Body Motion”. ACM SIGGRAPH 2015 Posters, ACM, 2015, p. 77.


Motion-captured performances seldom include eye gaze, because capturing this motion requires eye tracking technology that is not typically part of a motion capture setup. Yet having eye gaze information is important, as it tells us what the actor was attending to during capture and it adds to the expressivity of their performance.

DOI: 10.1145/2787626.2787663


	doi = {10.1145/2787626.2787663},
	url = {},
	year = 2015,
	month = {jul},
	publisher = {{ACM}},
	author = {Daniel Rakita and Tomislav Pejsa and Bilge Mutlu and Michael Gleicher},
	title = {Inferring gaze shifts from captured body motion},
	booktitle = {{ACM} {SIGGRAPH} 2015 Posters}