Don't Look at Me, I'm Wearing an Eyetracker!

Cañigueral, Roser; Hamilton, Antonia and Ward, Jamie A.. 2018. 'Don't Look at Me, I'm Wearing an Eyetracker!'. In: International Symposium on Wearable Computers (ISWC), Workshop on Eyewear. Singapore, Singapore 9 – 11 October 2018. [Conference or Workshop Item]

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Looking is a two-way process: we use our eyes to perceive the world around us, but we also use our eyes to signal to others. Eye contact in particular reveals much about our social interactions, and as such can be a rich source of information for context-aware wearable applications. But when designing these applications, it is useful to understand the effects that the head-worn eye-trackers might have on our looking behavior. Previous studies have shown that we moderate our gaze when we know our eyes are being tracked, but what happens to our gaze when we see others wearing eye trackers? Using gaze recordings from 30 dyads, we investigate what happens to a person’s looking behavior when the person with whom they are speaking is also wearing an eye-tracker. In the preliminary findings reported here, we show that people tend to look less to the eyes of people who are wearing a tracker, than they do to the eyes of those who are not. We discuss possible reasons for this and suggest future directions of study.

Item Type:

Conference or Workshop Item (Paper)

Identification Number (DOI):

https://doi.org/10.1145/3267305.3274123

Departments, Centres and Research Units:

Computing

Dates:

DateEvent
1 April 2018Accepted
12 September 2018Published

Event Location:

Singapore, Singapore

Date range:

9 – 11 October 2018

Item ID:

26632

Date Deposited:

30 Jul 2020 11:25

Last Modified:

30 Jul 2020 11:25

URI:

http://research.gold.ac.uk/id/eprint/26632

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