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Discerning Ambient/Focal Attention with Coefficient K

We introduce coefficient K, defined on a novel parametric scale, derived from processing a traditionally eye-tracked time course of eye movements.... (more)

3D Blur Discrimination

Blur is an important attribute in the study and modeling of the human visual system. In the blur discrimination experiments, just-noticeable additional blur required to differentiate from the reference blur level is measured. The past studies on blur discrimination have measured the sensitivity of the human visual system to blur using... (more)

Color Picking

Color pickers are widely used in all kinds of display applications. They vary greatly in their utility, depending on user expertise. We focus on nonprofessional, occasional users. Such users may spend from a few seconds up to a few minutes to select a color. Yet, typically they reach final accuracy within the initial 20s. Additional effort leads to... (more)

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Psychoacoustic Characterization of Propagation Effects in Virtual Environments

Reproducing reality: Multimodal contributions in natural scene discrimination

Most research on multisensory integration focuses on impoverished stimuli and simple tasks. In consequence, very little is known about the sensory contributions in the perception of real environments. Here, we presented 23 naive participants with paired comparison tasks, where natural scenes were discriminated in three perceptually meaningful attributes: movement, openness and noisiness. The goal was to assess the modality contributions in scene discrimination with short (d500 ms) natural scene exposures. The scenes were reproduced in an immersive audiovisual environment with 3D sound and surrounding visuals. Movement and openness were found mainly visual attributes with some input from auditory information. In some scenes, the auditory system was able to derive information about movement and openness that was comparable with audiovisual condition already after 500 ms stimulation. Noisiness was dominantly auditory, but visual information was found as an aiding factor in some scenes. Cross-modal effects affecting global estimates of scene attributes and attention orienting were found in movement and openness. Both modalities were found to have an effect on the perception of the scene attributes instead of the stronger modality always capturing the bimodal estimate. Our results have direct implications on designing immersive audiovisual content and creating technologies for plausible virtual reality.

Individual differences in image quality estimations: estimation rules and viewing strategies

Subjective image quality estimation with high quality images is often a preference estimation task. Preferences are subjective, and individual differences exist. Individual differences are also seen in the eye movements of people. A tasks subjectivity can result from people using different rules as a basis for their estimation. Using two studies, we investigated whether different preference estimation rules are related to individual differences in viewing behaviour by examining the process of preference estimation of high-quality images. The estimation rules were measured from free subjective reports on important quality related attributes (Study 1) and from estimations of the attributes importance in preference estimation (Study 2). The free reports showed that the observers used both feature-based image quality attributes (e.g. sharpness, illumination) and abstract attributes, which include an interpretation of the image features (e.g. atmosphere and naturalness). In addition, the observers were classified into three viewing strategy groups differing in fixation durations in both studies. These groups also used different estimation rules. In both studies the group with medium length fixations differed in their estimation rules from the other groups. In Study 1, the observers in this group used more abstract attributes than those in the other groups and in Study 2 they considered atmosphere to be a more important image feature. The study shows that individual differences in a quality estimation task are related to both estimation rules and viewing strategies, and that the difference is related to the level of abstraction of the estimations.

FrankenFolk: Distinctiveness and Attractiveness of Voice and Motion

It is common practice in movies and games to use different actors for the voice and body/face motion of a virtual character. What effect does the combination of these different modalities have on the perception of the viewer? In this paper, we conduct a series of experiments to evaluate the distinctiveness and attractiveness of human motions (face and body) and voices. We also create combination characters called FrankenFolks, where we mix and match {\color{red}the voice, face motion, body motion and avatar} of different actors and ask which modality is most dominant when determining distinctiveness and attractiveness, or whether the effects are cumulative.

Using Audio Cues to Support Motion Gesture Interaction on Mobile Devices

Motion gestures are an underutilized input modality for mobile interaction despite numerous potential advantages. Negulescu et al. found that the lack of feedback on attempted motion gestures made it difficult for participants to diagnose and correct errors, resulting in poor recognition performance and user frustration. In this paper, we describe and evaluate a training and feedback technique, Glissando, which uses audio characteristics to provide feedback on the systems interpretation of user input. This technique enables feedback by verbally confirming correct gestures and notifying users of errors in addition to providing continuous feedback by manipulating the pitch of distinct musical notes mapped to each of three dimensional axes in order to provide both spatial and temporal information.

Top-Down Influences in the Detection of Spatial Displacement in a Musical Scene

We investigated the detection of sound displacement in a four-voice musical piece under conditions that manipulated the attentional setting (selective or divided attention), the sound source numerosity, the spatial dispersion of the voices, and the tonal complexity of the piece. Detection was easiest when each voice was played in isolation and performance deteriorated when increasing source numerosity and introducing uncertainty with respect to the voice in which displacement would occur. Restricting the area occupied by the voices improved performance in agreement with the auditory spotlight hypothesis as did reducing the tonal complexity of the piece. Performance under increased numerosity conditions depended on the voice in which displacement occurred. The results highlight the importance of top-down processes in the context of the detection of spatial displacement in a musical scene.

Is the motion of a child perceivably different from the motion of an adult?

Artists and animators have observed that children's movements are quite different from adults performing the same action. Previous computer graphics research on human motion has primarily focused on adult motion. There are open questions as to how different child motion actually is, and whether the differences will actually impact animation and interaction. We report the first explicit study of the perception of child motion (ages 5 to 9 years old), compared to analogous adult motion. We used markerless motion capture to collect an exploratory corpus of child and adult motion, and conducted a perceptual study with point light displays to discover whether naive viewers could identify a motion as belonging to a child or an adult. We find that people can generally identify whether a motion was performed by a child or an adult. This work has implications for creating more engaging and realistic avatars for games, online social media, and animated videos and movies.

Simulating Visual Contrast Reduction during Night-time Glare Situations on Conventional Displays

Bright glare in night-time situations strongly decreases human contrast perception. Night-time simulations therefore require a way to realistically depict contrast perception of the user. Due to the limited brightness of popular as well as specialized high dynamic range displays, physical adaptation of the human eye cannot yet be replicated physically correct in a simulation environment. To overcome this limitation, we propose a method to emulate the adaptation in night-time glare situations using a perception-based model. We implemented a post-processing tone mapping algorithm that simulates the corresponding contrast reduction effect for a night driving simulation with glares from oncoming vehicles headlights. During glare tone mapping reduces image contrast in accordance with the incident veiling luminance. As the glare expires the contrast starts to normalize smoothly over time. The conversion of glare parameters and elapsed time into image contrast during the re-adaptation phase is based on extensive user studies carried out first in a controlled laboratory setup. Additional user studies have then been conducted in field tests to ensure validity of the derived time-dependent tone mapping function and to verify transferability onto real-world traffic scenarios.

An Empirical Evaluation of Visuo-haptic Feedback on Physical Reaching Behaviors during 3D Interaction in Real and Immersive Virtual Environments

In an initial study, we characterized the properties of human reach motion in the presence or absence of visuo-haptic feedback in real and immersive virtual environments (IVEs) or virtual reality within a participant's maximum arm reach. Our goal is to understand how physical reaching actions to the perceived location of targets in the presence or absence of visuo-haptic feedback are di fferent between real and virtual viewing conditions. Typically, participants reach to the perceived location of objects in the 3D environment to perform selection and manipulation actions during 3D interaction in applications such as virtual assembly or rehabilitation. In these tasks, participants typically have distorted perceptual information in the IVE as compared to the real world, in part due to technological limitations such as minimal visual field of view, resolution, latency and jitter. In an empirical evaluation, we asked the following questions; i) how do the perceptual diff erences between virtual and real world a ffect our ability to accurately reach to the locations of 3D objects, and ii) how do the motor responses of participants dffi er between the presence or absence of visual and haptic feedback? We examined factors such as velocity and distance of physical reaching behavior between the real world and IVE, both in the presence or absence of visuo-haptic information. The results suggest that physical reach responses vary systematically between real and virtual environments especially in situations involving presence or absence of visuo-haptic feedback. The implications of our study provide a methodological framework for the analysis of reaching motions for selection and manipulation with novel 3D interaction metaphors and to successfully characterize visuo-haptic versus non-visuo-haptic physical reaches in virtual and real world situations.

A Proposed Methodology for Evaluating HDR False Color Maps

Color mapping, which involves assigning colors to the individual elements of an underlying data distribution, is a commonly used method for data visualization. Although color maps are used in many disciplines and for a variety of tasks, in this study we focus on its usage for visualizing luminance maps. Specifically, we ask ourselves the question of how to best visualize a luminance distribution encoded in a high dynamic range (HDR) image using false colors such that the resulting visualization is the most descriptive. To this end, we first propose a definition for descriptiveness. We then propose a methodology to evaluate it subjectively. Finally, we propose an objective metric which correlates well with the subjective evaluation results. Using this metric, we evaluate several false coloring strategies using a large number of HDR images. Our results indicate that the luminance compression method has a significant effect and the commonly used logarithmic compression is inferior to histogram equalization. Furthermore, we find that the linearized optimal color scale (LOCS) outperforms the commonly used rainbow color scale for human subjects. We believe that the proposed methodology is suitable for evaluating future color mapping strategies.

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Publication Years 2004-2016
Publication Count 315
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First Name Last Name Award
Frederick Brooks ACM-IEEE CS Eckert-Mauchly Award (2004)
ACM A. M. Turing Award (1999)
ACM AAAI Allen Newell Award (1994)
ACM Distinguished Service Award (1987)
David S Ebert ACM Senior Member (2009)
Simon Harper ACM Distinguished Member (2014)
ACM Senior Member (2009)
Victoria L Interrante ACM Senior Member (2007)
Holly E Rushmeier ACM Distinguished Member (2006)
Shumin Zhai ACM Distinguished Member (2006)

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Heinrich Bülthoff 12
Carol O'Sullivan 12
William Thompson 8
Robert Allison 7
Christian Wallraven 7
Sarah Creem-Regehr 7
Douglas Cunningham 6
Jessica Hodgins 6
Hong Tan 5
Andrew Duchowski 5
Roberta Klatzky 5
Alan Chalmers 4
Matthias Bernhard 4
Rachel McDonnell 4
Elizabeth Carter 4
Bobby Bodenheimer 4
Katerina Mania 4
Laurie Wilcox 4
Stephen Brewster 4
Bernhard Riecke 4
Tom Troscianko 4
Nadine Miner 4
Bruce Walker 4
John Rieser 4
Marc Ernst 3
Jodie Plumert 3
Jeanine Stefanucci 3
Ludovic Hoyet 3
Jukka Häkkinen 3
Veikko Surakka 3
Scott Kuhl 3
Peter Willemsen 3
Thomas Caudell 3
Karol Myszkowski 3
Michael Wimmer 3
Colin Ware 3
Laura Trutoiu 3
Michael Langer 3
Jörg Schulte-Pelkum 3
Oleg Komogortsev 3
Diego Gutierrez 3
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Davide Rocchesso 3
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Tingting Zhang 1
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U Svensson 1
Mats Lind 1
Brian Melloy 1
Aleksander Väljamäe 1
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Takahiro Kawabe 1
Simon Shelley 1
Armin Kohlrausch 1
Olivia Holmes 1
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Christine Tong 1
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Frederick Brooks 1
Charles Spence 1
Reginald Golledge 1
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Kwangin Kim 1
Carol O’Sullivan 1
Richard Wilkie 1
Anke Huckauf 1
Rosalind Freeman 1
Huib De Ridder 1
Cheston Tan 1
Shaojing Fan 1
David Zhang 1
Hermann Pfluger 1
Marko Illi 1
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Microsoft Research Asia 1
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Profactor GmbH 2
Italian Institute of Technology 2
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Nokia 8
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Massachusetts Institute of Technology 10
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Vienna University of Technology 11
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Rochester Institute of Technology 13
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Eindhoven University of Technology 14
Max Planck Institute for Informatics 16
University of Iowa 16
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Vanderbilt University 20
University of Bristol 20
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University of Dublin, Trinity College 37
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