Israeli's uMoove plans to provide a software tool kit within a few months that would allow any company to run the startup's eye- and head-tracking technology on their own mobile devices. "We made a very important decision that the technology is so diverse that we cannot just allow it to be confined," said Moti Krispil, a uMoove co-founder and chief executive. Samsung Electronics is also working on incorporating eye-tracking ability into its own products.

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