Presentation on theme: "1 My Own Private Kiosk: Privacy-Preserving Public Displays Marc Eaddy † Gábor Blaskó † Jason Babcock ‡ Steven Feiner † † Columbia University ‡ Rochester."— Presentation transcript:
1 My Own Private Kiosk: Privacy-Preserving Public Displays Marc Eaddy † Gábor Blaskó † Jason Babcock ‡ Steven Feiner † † Columbia University ‡ Rochester Institute of Technology
2 Overview EyeGuide 3D eye tracking Eye as input
10 3D Calibration Original calibration method –9 points, fixed head position –27 points, different head positions New calibration method (Mulligan) –Fixate on single point –While moving head back and forth (and up and down) –Vestibuloocular Reflex (VOR) –Allows us to get 100s of points –More user friendly
11 Eye as real-time 3D input device? Passive –Gaze contingent displays (EyeGuide) –Head pose often sufficient –When is the finer level of granularity (below 30º) needed? Active –Eye as controller –Fitts’ Law applied to AR/VR –Eye can point, select, and move faster than mouse (in some situations)
12 Acknowledgements Funded in part by the Office of Naval Research and gifts from IBM and Microsoft.