Gaze Recognition


Links Week Starting 19th September 2022

by Bob Raikes

Every week we see some articles that don’t really need comment or are just plain interesting. Here are a few from the first part of this week – only a few as I have …

Tags:Android| China| Desktop Monitors| Europe| Game Playing| Gaze Recognition| HTC| Market Data| MiniLED| Rugged Displays| Samsung| Smart TV| Sports and Stadiums| tablets| TCL| Transparent Displays| TVs (TV Sets)| USA| Virtual Reality

Meta May Acquire AdHawk Micro

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Bloomberg reports that Meta Platforms Inc is considering buying AdHawk Microsystems Inc of Canada. which has an eye tracking system that does not use cameras and is claimed to be more …

Tags:Augmented Reality| | Gaze Recognition| Mergers & Acquisitions| Mixed Reality| Virtual Reality

If You Want to Find Your Monitor, Just Whistle!

by Bob Raikes

Display Daily, unapologetically, is mainly focused on output devices. However, I have long contended that one of the key initiatives that allowed the iPhone and other smartphones to dominate has been the inclusion of …

Tags:Ambient Sensors| Desktop Monitors| Gaze Recognition| Gesture Recognition| Interactive Displays| Sensors| Windows

Tobii Tracking to be Used by Sony in PSVR2

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Eye tracking specialist Tobii said that its technology would be used in Sony’s PSVR2 headset and that the firm will get revenue worth “more than” 10% of its revenues this year. …

Tags:Foveated Rendering| Gaze Recognition| PlayStation| Tobii| Virtual Reality

Unity Cites Considerable Eye-Tracking Advantages With PS VR2 

by Bob Raikes

What They Say The Reality Check from The Information reported that at the recent Game Developers’ Conference, software engine developer Unity went into some detail about the improvements that dynamic foveated rendering could make …

Tags:Foveated Rendering| Gaze Recognition

 Panasonic showed off the 2.0 version of its AR windscreen display

by Bob Raikes

What They Say At CES, Panasonic Automotive showed version 2.0 of its AR HUD that includes an eye-tracking system that identifies the individual driver’s height and head movement behind the wheel and dynamically adjusts …

Tags:Automotive| CES 2022| Gaze Recognition| Panasonic

Somalytics Bullish on Capacitive Gaze Recognition

by Bob Raikes

What They Say An intriguing press release came through in advance from CES that is from a company that we don’t know called Somalytics. The firm has a new touch system based on capacitive …

Tags:Gaze Recognition| Gesture Recognition| Touch

Links 6th January 2022

by Bob Raikes

Every week we see some articles that don’t really need comment or are just plain interesting. Here are a few from the last day or so! As you can imagine with the ‘firehose of …

Tags:5K (5120 x 2880)| Automotive| Cameras| Dell| Desktop Monitors| Game Playing| Gaze Recognition| HDR - High Dynamic Range| Investment| Manufacturing| Notebooks| OLED Materials| OLEDs| Remote Controls| Samsung Display| Testing| ViewSonic

Sony Files for Foveated Rendering Patents

by Bob Raikes

What They Say UploadVR reported that Sony has applied for a patent to cover ‘Eye Tracking To Adjust Region-Of-Interest (ROI) For Compressing Images For Transmission’. Foveated rendering is explicitly mentioned later in the document. …

Tags:Gaze Recognition| Patents| PlayStation| Virtual Reality

Pico Neo 3 Pro Eye Hero 1 proc

Pico Offers Good Value in VR

by Bob Raikes

What They Say Pico Interactive sent us a press release (which we’ll publish tomorrow) highlighting its Neo 3 Pro and Neo 3 Pre Eye stand-alone VR headsets. Headline features are: Qualcomm Snapdragon XR2 platform …

Tags:Foveated Rendering| Gaze Recognition| Virtual Reality