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Human faces convey a vast amount of information, including but not limited to age, gender, race, emotional state, and attractiveness. The perception of these attributes is important for our social interactions. For this reason, it has been argued that upright faces are a special class of stimuli...
The lens system of the human eye has a limited depth of field that creates blur patterns that depend on its focus and the relative distances of the observed objects. Using an eye tracker it is possible to simulate this effect in virtual scenes by generating appropriate blur based on the gaze...
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