Eye-tracking to Enhance AR/VR and Automotive User Experience

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Back in 2013, if you were holding a Samsung Galaxy S4, you might be experiencing one of the fanciest high-tech eye-sensitive features on smartphone at that time which called eye-tracking. The technology utilizes the front-facing camera to follow a user’s eye movements. For example, the “Smart Pause” feature pauses a video if you look away,…

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Drowsiness Detection – A growing market

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Driver fatigue is one of the most significant factors that lead to vehicle accidents. According to the VSR report 2009, 20% of crashes and 12% of near-crashes were caused by the drowsy drivers. Specifically, each year nearly 100,000 drowsiness-related accidents are reported in the US, which results in over 70,000 injuries; 1,500 mortalities, and monetary losses of…

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