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EyeTech Unveils Eye Tracking on a Chip at CES 2013, Supporting Multiple Operating Systems
By: Marketwired .
Jan. 8, 2013 12:48 PM
MESA, AZ -- (Marketwire) -- 01/08/13 -- EyeTech Digital Systems, makers of eye tracking hardware and software for natural user interface to consumer electronics offers "Eye Tracking on a Chip" at the 2013 International CES Conference, Booth# 35159 in the LVCC South Hall. Eye Tracking on a Chip leverages a new FPGA camera design which puts all the processing on-chip, enabling manufacturers to integrate eye control into nearly any device including Windows 8, Android, iOS and Linux devices -- from mobile devices to televisions and home or commercial electronics. Eye Tracking on a Chip will be available for developers to get their hands on this summer.
"We've seen speech, touch, and gesture all work their way into mainstream consumer electronics. Now it is time to give users the most natural pointing device of all -- the eyes! Our new 'Eye Tracking on a Chip' technology will make this easier than ever."
- Robert Chappell, President/CEO
EyeTech's "Eye Tracking on a Chip" benefits include:
Also on display at Booth# 35159 are commercially available products that consumers can buy today for their existing PC or TV.
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