A Visual Comparison of Gaze Behavior from Pedestrians and Cyclists

Abstract : In this paper, we contribute an eye tracking study conducted with pedestrians and cyclists. We apply a visual analytics-based method to inspect pedestrians' and cyclists' gaze behavior as well as video recordings and accelerometer data. This method using multi-modal data allows us to explore patterns and extract common eye movement strategies. Our results are that participants paid most attention to the path itself; advertisements do not distract participants; participants focus more on pedestrians than on cyclists; pedestrians perform more shoulder checks than cyclists do; and we extracted common gaze sequences. Such an experiment in a real-world traffic environment allows us to understand realistic behavior of pedestrians and cyclists better.
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Mathias Trefzger, Tanja Blascheck, Michael Raschke, Sarah Hausmann, Thomas Schlegel. A Visual Comparison of Gaze Behavior from Pedestrians and Cyclists. ETRA 2018 - Symposium on Eye Tracking Research and Applications, Jun 2018, Warsaw, Poland. ⟨10.1145/3204493.3204553⟩. ⟨hal-01766815⟩

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