MIT CS & AI Lab @ Probabilistic Modeling of Human Gaze Behavior

MIT Computer Science and Artificial
Intelligence Laboratory (CSAIL)
is organizing an event by speaker Kazuhiro
Otsaka , NTT on the topic of  “Communication
Scene Analysis Based on Probabilistic Modeling of Human Gaze Behavior”. This
topic is a hotbed in the key HCI area of Augmentative and Alternative
Communication (AAC). AAC is to provide access to technology for disabled who
can’t use conventional devices and interfaces such as keyboard and mouse. Face
and gesture recognition offers great potential introduce the idea of a new
design paradigm known as Design-for-All.

Following ACM publication discusses
these elements in a much greater length.

Applications of face and gesture recognition for human computer interaction.
Source: Proceedings of the sixth ACM international
conference on Multimedia: Face/gesture recognition and their applications ISBN:1-58113-163-1

Date: Friday, April 28 2006
Time: 2:00PM to 3:00PM
Refreshments: 1:45PM
Location: Patil Seminar Room (32-G449)
Host: Rob Miller, MIT CSAIL
Contact: Rob Miller, x4-6028,

For details, click here.