A Robust Head Tracking System Based on Monocular Vision and Planar Templates
AbstractThis paper details the implementation of a head tracking system suitable for its use in teleoperation stations or control centers, taking into account the limitations and constraints usually associated to those environments. The paper discusses and justifies the selection of the different methods and sensors to build the head tracking system, detailing also the processing steps of the system in operation. A prototype to validate the proposed approach is also presented along with several tests in a real environment with promising results. View Full-Text
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Caballero, F.; Maza, I.; Molina, R.; Esteban, D.; Ollero, A. A Robust Head Tracking System Based on Monocular Vision and Planar Templates. Sensors 2009, 9, 8924-8943.
Caballero F, Maza I, Molina R, Esteban D, Ollero A. A Robust Head Tracking System Based on Monocular Vision and Planar Templates. Sensors. 2009; 9(11):8924-8943.Chicago/Turabian Style
Caballero, Fernando; Maza, Iván; Molina, Roberto; Esteban, David; Ollero, Aníbal. 2009. "A Robust Head Tracking System Based on Monocular Vision and Planar Templates." Sensors 9, no. 11: 8924-8943.