Post(s) tagged with "gaze tracking"
Gaze tracking device nearing release.
The Tobii REX is a small USB powered device able to accurately track a users gaze with enough precision to use it instead of a mouse pointer. While a developer version is available now for US$995, the Tobii says they will make 5,000 of the REX’s available before the end of 2013, presumably for a much cheaper price.
dvice checked it out at CES, here’s what they had to say:
It’s easy to be skeptical about such a claim, but we tried it for ourselves, and it works flawlessly. It’s one of those rare technologies that totally feels like The Future.
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Mobile apps loosely joined
There are a slew of applications that are better because they use the Foursquare api and location database.