The NUSEF (NUS Eye Fixation) database was acquired from undergraduate and graduate volunteers aged 18-35 years (μ=24.9, σ=3.4). The ASLT M eye-tracker was used to non-invasively record eye fixations, as subjects free-viewed image stimuli. We chose a diverse set of 1024 × 728 resolution images, representative of various semantic concepts and capturing objects at varying scale, illumination and orientation, based on quality and aspect ratio constraints. Images comprised everyday scenes from Flickr, aesthetic content from Photo.net, Google images and emotion-evoking IAPS pictures.
Single archive containing Images, Eye-fixation data, Ground truth segmentation, Visualisation code (60.9 MB). Link: http://mmas.comp.nus.edu.sg/NUSEF_database.zip
The original link was: http://mmas.comp.nus.edu.sg/NUSEF.html
LicenseLink: http://mmas.comp.nus.edu.sg/NUSEF.html NUSEF is available for research purposes only and we adhere to Fair Use terms and conditions (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Copyright#Fair_use_and_fair_dealing). IAPS images have their own copyright terms and images can be obtained from the NIMH CSEA by filling in their request form (http://csea.phhp.ufl.edu/media/iapsmessage.html).
References and Citation
If you use this database, please cite NUSEF as [KSK10].
KSK10: H. Katti, N. Sebe1, M. Kankanhalli, T-S. Chua2, An Eye Fixation Database for Saliency Detection in Images, R. Subramanian, European Conference on Computer Vision (ECCV 2010), Heraklion, Greece, September 2010.