Now You See It, Now You Don’t
23 March, 2010 § 2 Comments
I gave a talk in my CSE 891: Language and Interaction class yesterday about some research that was done in respect to Natural Language Processing and eye-tracking.
The paper that I covered was written by Gerry Altman and Yuki Kamide and titled, “Now You See It, Now You Don’t: Mediating the Mapping between Language and the Visual World”. The paper has been published in the book “The Interface of Language, Vision, and Action: Eye Movements and the Visual World.”
Please take 15 minutes and watch the presentation I gave. Any feedback is greatly appreciated!
Update (3/30/2010): I now have the video on YouTube and have embedded it below.
I am finding it fascinating that eye movement is change mid sentence; and more specifically while saying a word and changing eye-movement on a syllable.