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Tag: Eye Tracking

Tobii & SteelSeries EyeX Eye Tracker: Eyeballs as Trackballs

Tobii & SteelSeries EyeX Eye Tracker: Eyeballs as Trackballs
Tobii’s eye-tracking technology continues to make its way to mainstream devices. We’ve seen it work with laptops, arcade machines and Windows 8 tablets, and now Tobii has partnered with SteelSeries to release the EyeX, an eye-tracking…

Google Glass Alternate User Interface Hacks: More than Okay Glass

Google Glass Alternate User Interface Hacks: More than Okay Glass
Because of its size and form, Google Glass has a limited – albeit seemingly capable – user interface: touch gestures, head gestures and voice commands. Even though Glass’ display is visible at all times, there are…
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Tobii EyeMobile Brings Gaze Tracking to Tablets: EyePad

Tobii EyeMobile Brings Gaze Tracking to Tablets: EyePad
A couple of years ago, Tobii made headlines when they unveiled their eye-tracking sensor. We first saw it installed on a laptop and then on gaming machines. Now Tobii wants to ride the tablet revolution with…

(No)where (Now)here Dresses Light Up and Move When You Look At Them

(No)where (Now)here Dresses Light Up and Move When You Look At Them
Some dresses have designs that are so unusual that you can’t help but stare at them. These two dresses designed by Ying Gao in collaboration with robotics designer Simon Laroche definitely will draw attention.…
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