Oskar Palinko
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Estimating cognitive load using remote eye tracking in a driving simulator
O Palinko, AL Kun, A Shyrokov, P Heeman
Proceedings of the 2010 symposium on eye-tracking research & applicationsá…, 2010
3572010
Augmented reality vs. street views: a driving simulator study comparing two emerging navigation aids
Z Medenica, AL Kun, T Paek, O Palinko
Proceedings of the 13th International Conference on Human Computerá…, 2011
1432011
Glancing at personal navigation devices can affect driving: experimental results and design implications
AL Kun, T Paek, Ž Medenica, N Memarović, O Palinko
Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Automotive Userá…, 2009
1102009
Robot reading human gaze: Why eye tracking is better than head tracking for human-robot collaboration
O Palinko, F Rea, G Sandini, A Sciutti
2016 IEEE/RSJ International Conference on Intelligent Robots and Systemsá…, 2016
622016
Exploring the effects of visual cognitive load and illumination on pupil diameter in driving simulators
O Palinko, AL Kun
Proceedings of the Symposium on Eye Tracking Research and Applications, 413-416, 2012
502012
Exploring the influence of light and cognitive load on pupil diameter in driving simulator studies
O Palinko, A Kun
University of Iowa, 2011
502011
Exploring the effects of size and luminance of visual targets on the pupillary light reflex
AL Kun, O Palinko, I Razumenić
Proceedings of the 4th International Conference on Automotive Userá…, 2012
332012
On the feasibility of using pupil diameter to estimate cognitive load changes for in-vehicle spoken dialogues.
AL Kun, O Palinko, Z Medenica, PA Heeman
INTERSPEECH, 3766-3770, 2013
262013
A gaze-contingent dictating robot to study turn-taking
A Sciutti, L Schillingmann, O Palinko, Y Nagai, G Sandini
Proceedings of the Tenth Annual ACM/IEEE International Conference on Humaná…, 2015
202015
Exploring In-Car Augmented Reality Navigation Aids: A Pilot Study
Z Medenica, O Palinko, AL Kun, T Paek
Conference Supplement, Ubicomp, 2009
182009
Eye gaze tracking for a humanoid robot
O Palinko, F Rea, G Sandini, A Sciutti
2015 IEEE-RAS 15th International Conference on Humanoid Robots (Humanoidsá…, 2015
172015
Utilizing pupil diameter to estimate cognitive load changes during human dialogue: A preliminary study
AL Kun, Z Medenica, O Palinko, PA Heeman
Workshop on Cognitive Load and In-Vehicle Human-Machine Interactioná…, 2011
172011
Estimating cognitive load using pupil diameter during a spoken dialogue task
PA Heeman, T Meshorer, AL Kun, O Palinko, Z Medenica
Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Automotive Userá…, 2013
142013
Towards augmented reality navigation using affordable technology
O Palinko, AL Kun, Z Cook, A Downey, A Lecomte, M Swanson, ...
Proceedings of the 5th International Conference on Automotive Userá…, 2013
142013
Towards Storytelling with Geotagged Photos on a Multitouch Display
O Palinko, A Singh, MA Farrar, M Litchfield, AL Kun
Conference Supplement, Ubicomp, 2009
142009
Gaze contingency in turn-taking for human robot interaction: advantages and drawbacks
O Palinko, A Sciutti, L Schillingmann, F Rea, Y Nagai, G Sandini
2015 24th IEEE international symposium on robot and human interactiveá…, 2015
112015
If looks could kill: Humanoid robots play a gaze-based social game with humans
O Palinko, A Sciutti, Y Wakita, Y Matsumoto, G Sandini
2016 IEEE-RAS 16th International Conference on Humanoid Robots (Humanoidsá…, 2016
102016
Communicative lifting actions in human-humanoid interaction
O Palinko, A Sciutti, L PatanÚ, F Rea, F Nori, G Sandini
2014 IEEE-RAS International Conference on Humanoid Robots, 1116-1121, 2014
102014
A drink-serving mobile social robot selects who to interact with using gaze
O Palinko, K Fischer, E Ruiz Ramirez, L Damsgaard Nissen, ...
Companion of the 2020 ACM/IEEE International Conference on Human-Robotá…, 2020
62020
Steering wheel sensor as a push-to-talk solution
O Palinko, AL Kun
2008 IET 4th International Conference on Intelligent Environments, 1-4, 2008
62008
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