Adaptive Displays Conference 2004. Gaze-Contingent Displays: Review and Current Trends. Andrew T. Duchowski. Acknowledgements. National Science Foundation NASA Ames DoD / Navy / SPAWAR Charleston Students Nathan Cournia Hunter Murphy Scott Gibson (Summer Research Internship). Overview.
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Adaptive Displays Conference 2004
Gaze-Contingent Displays:Review and Current Trends
Andrew T. Duchowski
Fig.1: AUIs; (a) eyeCONTACT sensor, (b) Light fixture with eyeCONTACT sensor, (c) eyePROXY, (d) attentive TV
(Courtesy Roel Vertegaal, see Shell et al. (2003))
Fig.2: gaze-contingent graphics
Fig.3: gaze-contingent terrain, model
(a) Recorded scanpath
(b) Reconstructed image
Fig.4: HVS-matching wavelet coefficient scaling
(Haar wavelets emphasizing degradation effects)
Fig.5: The Barbara image DCT coded (left) and MDCT coded (right). The focus point is in the centre of the MDCT coded image.
Fig.6: Barbara coded by the DWT coder (left) and the MDWT coder (right).
Fig.7: Gaze-contingent multi-resolution displays
Fig.8: Arbitrary Visual Fields
Fig.9: GPU-programmable mipmap lookup
Fig.10: Pliable Display Technology (PDT) lens
facilitate rapid application dev.
Fig.11: Tobii eye tracker
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