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Low Cost Eye Trackers to Change the Industry in a Big Way

Posted on Sep 19, 2013

Until now, low cost eye trackers were only available if you pieced together a DIY system from off-the-shelf parts and combined it with open...

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SMI Announces New Eye Tracking Glasses 2.0

Posted on Sep 12, 2013

One of the leaders in wearable eye tracking, Sensomotoric Instruments (SMI), recently announced its newest product, Eye Tracking Glasses...

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Eye Movements May Detect Stroke

Posted on Sep 5, 2013

Eye movements could be the key to reducing the number of stroke-related deaths that result from missed or delayed treatment. A small study...

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Affordable eye-tracker hits the market for developers

Posted on Aug 13, 2013

Eye tracking systems are notoriously expensive; however, Gazepoint, a new startup, is attempting to change all of this with their affordable eye-tracker system. Their GP3 system is now on sale for $350 and features an open standard API, encouraging developers to come up with their own applications and programs for the device.

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Microsoft patents eye tracking augmented reality glasses

Posted on Aug 8, 2013

The rumors were true! Last year there was buzz around whether or not Microsoft was making its augmented reality glasses, and now a patent has recently surfaced. Microsoft has applied for a patent on augmented reality glasses for an enhanced and immersive gaming experience fully integrated with eye tracking applications, facial recognition and more.

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Eye tracking breaks the code on peacock feathers

Posted on Jul 29, 2013

Peacocks' beautiful and colorful plumage is one of the most famous examples of animal courtship and of Darwin’s theory of sexual selection. However, scientists using eye tracking technology on the female birds reveal that our previous assumptions about peacock and peahen courtship may not be completely true.

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