Reactions to peripheral image motion using a head/eye platform
Murray, D.W., McLauchlan, P.F., Reid, I.D. and Sharkey, P. (1993) Reactions to peripheral image motion using a head/eye platform. In: 1993 (4th) International Conference on Computer Vision. IEEE, pp. 403-411. ISBN 0-8186-3870-2
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To link to this article DOI: 10.1109/ICCV.1993.378187
The authors demonstrate four real-time reactive responses to movement in everyday scenes using an active head/eye platform. They first describe the design and realization of a high-bandwidth four-degree-of-freedom head/eye platform and visual feedback loop for the exploration of motion processing within active vision. The vision system divides processing into two scales and two broad functions. At a coarse, quasi-peripheral scale, detection and segmentation of new motion occurs across the whole image, and at fine scale, tracking of already detected motion takes place within a foveal region. Several simple coarse scale motion sensors which run concurrently at 25 Hz with latencies around 100 ms are detailed. The use of these sensors are discussed to drive the following real-time responses: (1) head/eye saccades to moving regions of interest; (2) a panic response to looming motion; (3) an opto-kinetic response to continuous motion across the image and (4) smooth pursuit of a moving target using motion alone.
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