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Towards gaze-based prediction of the intent to interact in virtual reality
B David-John, C Peacock, T Zhang, TS Murdison, H Benko, TR Jonker
ACM symposium on eye tracking research and applications, 1-7, 2021
872021
A privacy-preserving approach to streaming eye-tracking data
B David-John, D Hosfelt, K Butler, E Jain
IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics 27 (5), 2555-2565, 2021
602021
The security-utility trade-off for iris authentication and eye animation for social virtual avatars
B John, S Jörg, S Koppal, E Jain
IEEE transactions on visualization and computer graphics 26 (5), 1880-1890, 2020
352020
EyeVEIL degrading iris authentication in eye tracking headsets
B John, S Koppal, E Jain
Proceedings of the 11th ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research …, 2019
342019
An evaluation of pupillary light response models for 2D screens and VR HMDs
B John, P Raiturkar, A Banerjee, E Jain
Proceedings of the 24th ACM Symposium on Virtual Reality Software and …, 2018
252018
A Benchmark of Four Methods for Generating 360° Saliency Maps from Eye Tracking Data
B John, P Raiturkar, O Le Meur, E Jain
2018 IEEE International Conference on Artificial Intelligence and Virtual …, 2018
242018
Let it snow: Adding pixel noise to protect the user’s identity
B John, A Liu, L Xia, S Koppal, E Jain
ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research and Applications, 1-3, 2020
202020
For your eyes only: Privacy-preserving eye-tracking datasets
B David-John, K Butler, E Jain
2022 Symposium on Eye Tracking Research and Applications, 1-6, 2022
152022
Hazard-recognition training using omnidirectional cinemagraphs: Comparison between virtual reality and lecture-based techniques
R Eiris, B John, M Gheisari, E Jain, A Wehle, B Memarian
Construction Research Congress 2020, 1117-1126, 2020
142020
Privacy-preserving datasets of eye-tracking samples with applications in XR
B David-John, K Butler, E Jain
IEEE Transactions on Visualization and Computer Graphics 29 (5), 2774-2784, 2023
132023
Pupil diameter as a measure of emotion and sickness in VR
B John
Proceedings of the 11th ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research …, 2019
132019
Eye-tracked virtual reality: a comprehensive survey on methods and privacy challenges
E Bozkir, S Özdel, M Wang, B David-John, H Gao, K Butler, E Jain, ...
arXiv preprint arXiv:2305.14080, 2023
122023
Gaze signatures decode the onset of working memory encoding
CE Peacock, B David-John, T Zhang, TS Murdison, MJ Boring, H Benko, ...
CHI2021 Eye Movements as an Interface to Cognitive State (EMICS) Workshop …, 2021
82021
Evaluating human gaze patterns during grasping tasks: Robot versus human hand
SK Allani, B John, J Ruiz, S Dixit, J Carter, C Grimm, R Balasubramanian
Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on Applied Perception, 45-52, 2016
82016
Eliciting tacit expertise in 3d volume segmentation
R West, M Kajihara, M Parola, K Hays, L Hillard, A Carlew, J Deutsch, ...
Proceedings of the 9th International Symposium on Visual Information …, 2016
72016
BystandAR: Protecting bystander visual data in augmented reality systems
M Corbett, B David-John, J Shang, YC Hu, B Ji
Proceedings of the 21st Annual International Conference on Mobile Systems …, 2023
62023
Let’s SOUP up XR: Collected thoughts from an IEEE VR workshop on privacy in mixed reality
B David-John, D Hosfelt, K Butler, E Jain
VR4Sec: Security for VR and VR for Security, SOUPS 2021 Workshop, 2021
62021
Looking at faces: autonomous perspective invariant facial gaze analysis
JK Bennett, S Sridharan, B John, R Bailey
Proceedings of the ACM Symposium on Applied Perception, 105-112, 2016
62016
Gaze guidance for improved password recollection
S Sridharan, B John, D Pollard, R Bailey
Proceedings of the Ninth Biennial ACM Symposium on Eye Tracking Research …, 2016
52016
Collaborative eye tracking for image analysis
B John, S Sridharan, R Bailey
Proceedings of the Symposium on Eye Tracking Research and Applications, 239-242, 2014
52014
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