But the sense of being blinked
at watchfully behind the blind glitter of these eye-glasses on the other side of the table disconcerted him.
He continued his plodding pursuit, though once, for the moment baffled, he came to a full stop and blinked
at the men who looked on, at the same time wagging his stump of a tail as an expression of his willingness to fight.
"Formerly all the world was insane,"--say the subtlest of them, and blink thereby.
"We have discovered happiness,"--say the last men, and blink thereby.--
Common artefacts to look out for include those associated with blinks
, motion and incomplete scans.
The idea, as Lyu described, revolves around spotting how frequently the subject in the video blinks
his or her eyes.
A team of computer scientists has introduced a new approach to address this problem by leveraging a natural human phenomenon: eye blinks
And two such persons who have set their monetary goal for their new project, Blinks
, telling the world what it is they're trying to do, and crossing their fingers as their project opens for donations are the enterprising duo, Kristy Faulhaber and Carlo Micceri.
In addition, EOG with more blinks
deviated heavily, even with a blink
detection method, linear insertion cannot completely compensate for these effects.
The only way I could communicate was by way of a blink
code, using the blinks
of my eyes to express certain words: one blink
for yes, two blinks
for no, etc.
David Sowerby and John Ellis were representing Ravensthorpe, Darren Turner and Nick Spivey were to compete for the Holme Valley, and Simon Blinks
, Richard Blinks
, Tony Gruszka and Andy Whitworth were from the Road Club.
Dawn uses a laptop that translates her blinks
As well as the regular blinks
your eyes also go into blink
mode if something like a bug is coming towards you.
The mean (SD) blink
rate at initial presentation was 20 (18) blinks