A Head-Mounted Device for Measuring Mutual Facing Behavior among Individuals

Taku HACHISU  Yadong PAN  Soichiro MATSUDA  Baptiste BOURREAU  Kenji SUZUKI  

Publication
D - Abstracts of IEICE TRANSACTIONS on Information and Systems (Japanese Edition)   Vol.J101-D   No.2   pp.320-329
Publication Date: 2018/02/01
Online ISSN: 1881-0225
Type of Manuscript: Special Section PAPER (Special Section on Human Communication)
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Keyword: 
infrared communication,  face-to-face behavior,  wearable devices,  

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Summary: 
We present a head-mounted device for measuring mutual facing behavior among individuals and representing face-to-face behavior. The contributions of this work are: 1) development of the wearable1 infrared communication device for measuring and representing the facing behavior; 2) an experiment for validating our defined face-to-face behavior (a physical state in which two persons' faces are within ±20 degrees of each other's facing direction); and 3) evaluations of the device's performance (detection range, response time, and comparison with human coder and wearable gaze trackers) in laboratory experiments.