Towards a Hazard Perception Assistance System using Visual Motion

McCarthy, C., Barnes, N., Anstey, K. and Horswill, M. (2008). Towards a Hazard Perception Assistance System using Visual Motion. In: David Forsyth, Philip Torr and Andrew Zisserman, Lecture Notes In Computer Science. Proceedings of the 10th European Conference on Computer Vision. 10th European Conference on Computer Vision, Marseille, France, (). 12 - 18 October 2008.

Author McCarthy, C.
Barnes, N.
Anstey, K.
Horswill, M.
Title of paper Towards a Hazard Perception Assistance System using Visual Motion
Conference name 10th European Conference on Computer Vision
Conference location Marseille, France
Conference dates 12 - 18 October 2008
Proceedings title Lecture Notes In Computer Science. Proceedings of the 10th European Conference on Computer Vision
Place of Publication Berlin / Heidelberg, Germany
Publisher Springer
Publication Year 2008
Sub-type Fully published paper
ISBN 978-3-540-88692-1
Editor David Forsyth
Philip Torr
Andrew Zisserman
Total pages 12
Language eng
Abstract/Summary We report on preliminary work in the application of low- level visual motion cues to identify potential hazards during on-road driving. In conjunction with a clinical study of hazard perception in older age drivers, we consider the detection of a range of hazardous scenarios identified as particularly challenging for older drivers in video sequences used in the clinical study. Central to our approach is the use of visual motion as a means of estimating self motion, from which we identify optical flow due to other motions in the scene.We report results obtained using the same hazard perception test used in clinical trials.
Subjects 170201 Computer Perception, Memory and Attention
170112 Sensory Processes, Perception and Performance
Q-Index Code E1
Q-Index Status Provisional Code

 
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