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Video-Based Eye and Head Tracking System For Use in Flight Simulators  (1998)
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Recovery of gaze direction from free-head eye position records requires measurement of the position and orientation of the head, commonly done with magnetic sensors. To minimize the number of system components, enhance portability, and insure proper function in magnetically active environments such as flight simulator cabs, machine vision software is used to recover head position and orientation using images from a head-mounted scene camera.
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Eye, Flight, Head, Simulators, System, Tracking, Video-Based
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OSA 1998 Annual Meeting
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Curator: Phil So
NASA Official: Alonso Vera
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