Samsung engineers design more affordable DIY eye-tracking kit

12/27/2012 | Yonhap News Agency (South Korea)

Samsung engineers have developed a do-it-yourself eye-tracking kit to help individuals with neuromuscular syndromes communicate. The kit, called eyeCan, includes a pair of glasses, a webcam, infrared LEDs, copper wires and software and is expected to cost about $100, as opposed to the $10,000 price tag of current eye-tracking devices. Not yet ready for commercial use, the DIY device still has issues, such as interference with the camera from too much sunlight in the room.

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