face tracking stories

 
Falling asleep while at the helm of a few tons of metal and plastic going 60 miles-per-hour doesn't end well, but there's little the modern car can do about it. If it, say, stopped itself suddenly it could become a hazard to other drivers. The Eyetracker system knows it's not on the car, though — it's on you to drive safe.
Hey HP: Don't you think you overlooked something when you designed that face-tracking routine for your latest webcam-packing PCs? Sure, sometimes it's hard to deal with lighting for darker-skinned individuals, and perhaps this technology shortcoming could be blamed on that....