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gaze

 [gāz]
1. to look in one direction for a period of time.
2. the act or state of looking steadily in one direction.

gaze

(gāz),
The act of looking steadily at an object.

gaze

(gāz)
1. to look steadily in one direction.
2. the act of looking steadily at something.

conjugate gaze  the normal movement of the two eyes simultaneously in the same direction to bring something into view.

gaze

[gāz]
Etymology: ME, gazen, to stare
a state of looking in one direction. A person with normal vision has six basic positions of gaze, each determined by control of different combinations of contractions of extraocular muscles. See also cardinal position of gaze.

gaze

To fixate steadily or continuously. See cardinal positions of gaze.
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The Super's fixation on Lutie as an object of the gaze culminates predictably in a scene in which he attempts to rape her.
The cultural permutations of the significance of the gaze within the African American community challenge a strictly Freudian reading.
Fassbinder and Lacan: A Reconsideration of the Gaze, Look and image.
The data showed a clear trend in line with our hypothesis that students looked more at the model than at the task-relevant AoI, and that gaze and gesture cues can help shift attention from the model to what she is talking about; students in the no cue condition, looked most at the model and least at the task, while students in the gesture + gaze cue condition looked most at the task and least at the model compared with the other two conditions, and the gaze cue condition falling in between.
from a LED) two phenomena are observed which prove beneficial for gaze tracking applications: the bright pupil effect provides a solid contrast between the pupil (very bright) and the iris (dark) which can considerably improve the accuracy of the tracking; a glint is caused by the reflection of the IR light from the cornea, which, if tracked alongside the pupil, can provide the second point of the gaze vector.
Observers were instructed to ignore the gaze directions in the pictorial face.
In the case of recorded texts such as photographs and films (as opposed to those involving interpersonal communication such as video-conferences), a key feature of the gaze is that the object of the gaze is not aware of the current viewer (though they may originally have been aware of being filmed, photographed, painted etc.
they evaluated the readability of text presentation formats on a mobile screen by analyzing data acquired from the gaze tracking system [17].
In this way, Nazneen returns the gaze at the whites, subverting the looking paradigm which has traditionally repressed the subjectivity of the subaltern (hooks 1992).
Macaques follow the gaze of others in order to cope with a complex and challenging social life," he said.
presented dynamic facial expressions portraying happiness and fear, while simultaneously shifting the direction of the gaze.