SMI launches World’s First Binocular Eye Tracking Glasses

The company SensoMotoric Instruments (SMI) has announced the launch of a very interesting Glasses,which are equipped with an HD camera and an advanced algorithms, and promisng to give a new opportunities for a broad range of mobile eye tracking studies.

SMI’s “world`s first binocular mobile eye tracking glasses” also offers automatic parallax compensation to deliver reliable and accurate data over all viewing distances. They are worn like a normal pair of glasses and the wearer only needs to briefly fixate on one point in the environment for initialization. The built-in HD scene camera records in 1280×960 resolution where the person is looking and with “an unprecented level of details”, from far to close distances, e.g. from spacial orientation in sports to reading of a magazine. The glasses also packs two small cameras on its rim ,which  capture the eye movements  and map the gazepoint into the scene video.

SMI eyetracking glasses

The company proudly announced that their new device will give new possibilities for usability studies, shopper research, driving research, visual perception research or analysis of trainings methods in professional sports and many more eye tracking studies.

Source: Businesswire

Related posts

Samsung launches Gear S smartwatch

Samsung launches Gear S smartwatch

The Korean company Samsung has officially released its Gear S smartwatch just days before the launch of the Apple competitor iWatch. The new smartwatch comes with IP67 certification that provides it with resistance against dirt and water and measures 58.3 x 39.8 x 12.5 mm. The new Gear S...

Seagate presents Ultra Mobile HDD hard drive

Seagate presents Ultra Mobile HDD hard drive

The US company Seagate has announced a new hard drive designed for notebooks, ultrabooks and tablets. The new company product carries the Ultra Mobile HDD moniker and is available in the usual 2.5-inch form factor. It weighs just 93.5 grams and packs 500 GB of capacity. The chassis of the...

ECS debuts V20 all-in-one PC

The Taiwanese ECS has presented the company’s first V20 all-in-one (AIO) computer based on the latest Intel Bay Trail platform. The personal computer comes with rather small dimensions and weighs about 3.1 kilograms, which also makes it light compared to other models. The V20 is based on...

Leave a comment