Visual attention in edited dynamical images

Edited (or cut) dynamical images are created by changing perspectives in imaging devices, such as videos, or graphical animations. They are abundant in everyday and working life. However little is known about how attention is steered with regard to this material. Here we propose a simple two-step architecture of gaze control for this situation. This model relies on (1) a down-weighting of repeated information contained in optic flow within takes (between cuts), and (2) an up-weighting of repeated information between takes (across cuts). This architecture is both parsimonious and realistic. We outline the evidence speaking for this architecture and also identify the outstanding questions.

Ulrich Ansorge, Shelley Buchinger, Christian Valuch, Aniello Raffaele Patrone, and Otmar Scherzer

2014

Edited (or cut) dynamical images are created by changing perspectives in imaging devices, such as videos, or graphical animations. They are abundant in everyday and working life. However little is known about how attention is steered with regard to this material. Here we propose a simple two-step architecture of gaze control for this situation. This model relies on (1) a down-weighting of repeated information contained in optic flow within takes (between cuts), and (2) an up-weighting of repeated information between takes (across cuts). This architecture is both parsimonious and realistic. We outline the evidence speaking for this architecture and also identify the outstanding questions.




Signal Processing and Multimedia Applications (SIGMAP), 2014 International Conference on





198 - 205


IEEE







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