Eye-tracking Umoove parks in closed-beta zone
Shoppers drawn 'straight down the middle'
(Phys.org)—Shoppers are naturally drawn to products displayed centrally according to researchers at Aston Business School (ABS).
Tobii's eye tracker REX will showcase at CES (w/ video)
Seeing the world through the eyes of an Orangutan
She is a captive bred Sumatran orangutan. He is a neuroscientist specialising in cognitive and sensory systems research. With the help of specially adapted eye tracking equipment they are hoping to explain ...
Tracking facial features to make driving safer and more comfortable
(Phys.org)—For those familiar with its language, the face reflects much about an individual's identity and emotional state. EPFL scientists are developing a tool that will be able to use facial information ...
Fujitsu develops eye tracking technology
Fujitsu Laboratories today announced development of eye tracking technology that takes advantage of compact, inexpensive cameras and light-emitting diodes (LED) embedded in PCs. Up until now, tracking eye ...
Google patent calls on eyes to unlock smart glasses
Consumer product giants' eye-trackers size up shoppers
Design, ergonomics students to present infographics study
In a culture awash in data, infographics -- visual representations of facts and figures -- are vital to communicating complicated information on websites, in books and newspapers and elsewhere.
Pico projector used in eye based video gaming system
Student-developed eye-tracking tablet to help people with disabilities
(PhysOrg.com) -- It's often said the eye is the window to the soul. But in this case, the eye is the window to Windows. At least, that was the goal when EyeTech Digital Systems enlisted the help of some ...
What the doctor prescribes: Customized medical-image databases
Digital archives of biomedical images could someday put critical information at doctors' fingertips within seconds, illustrating how computers can improve the way medicine is practiced. The current reality, however, isn't ...
'You can't hide your lyin' eyes': Eye-tracking lie-detection
Shifty eyes long have been thought to signify a person's problem telling the truth. Now a group of University of Utah researchers are taking that old adage to a new level.
BYU engineers improve eye-tracking technology that aids the disabled
(PhysOrg.com) -- Eye-tracking technology allows people with disabilities to use their eyes to operate a computer. Imagine moving your eyes to direct the cursor to a link on a Web page. Then you just blink ...