In this paper, we present an eye-contact system that only requires one additional half mirror to realize effective face-to-face visual communication. Using the well-researched property of half mirror, the system precisely separate the space into two sub-spaces under the different illuminations. We simulates a camera looking the user's eyes behind a screen, and the method only relies on the quality of material and its ideal settings, and excludes neither any view interpolation from multiple-views nor any expensive depth sensors. Our current implementation suffers from some unexpected reflections, but successfully works at any cases.
|저 자||Seong-Heum Kim, In So Kweon|
|학 회||2011년도 하계종합학술대회, 대한전자공학회|