Developing Female Clothing Coordination Generation System Using Eye Tracking Information
In this study, we examine the effectiveness of a female-clothing coordination-generation system using eye-tracking information for multiple users. In our previous study, only two subjects used an interactive evolutionary computation (IEC) system by utilizing the users eye-tracking information, which however poses two issues for actual application. First, the number of subjects simultaneously using the system was low. Moreover, they were given specific instructions on how to use the system in advance. To solve these issues, we review our previous method, and develop a female-clothing coordination-generation system using digital signage and verify its effectiveness. The experimental results demonstrate that the system can simultaneously create satisfactory clothing coordination for multiple users.
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