PhotoTransistor Based Eye-Tracking

2014年1月4日 | By News | Filed in: News.

http://hackaday.com/2014/01/03/phototransistor-based-eye-tracking/

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The applications of eye-tracking devices are endless, which is why we always get excited to see new techniques in measuring the absolute position of the human eye. Cornell students [Michael and John] took on an interesting approach for their final project and designed a phototransistor based eye-tracking system.

We can definitely see the potential of this project, but for their first prototype, the system relies on both eye-tracking and head movement to fully control a mouse pointer. An end-product design was in mind, so the system consists of both a pair of custom 3D printed glasses and a wireless receiver; … Read the rest


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