At the 2013 Game Developer's Conference, Tobii shows off an eyeball-controlled version of StarCraft II.
Tobii’s eyeball-controllable computer tech is going to launch soon. It's going to be slick, and it's just as incredible as we remembered from last year.
Tobii has new fancy gaze-tracking glasses. Say hello to the REX.
At this year's CES, we were absolutely floored by the demo we got of Tobii's eye-tracking interface. Since then, Tobii has been working on making the hardware smaller, and at Siggraph this week we got some eyes-on time with a version of its gaze-tracker that fits into a pair of gasses.
When we checked out Tobii's eye-tracking magic back at CES, we were blown away by how well it worked, but the hardware was prohibitively bulky. Tobii's new IS-2 module is smaller, cheaper, and ready for manufacturers to shove into (almost) anything you want to control with your eyeballs.
That annoying trackpad that substitutes for a mouse on most laptops could be history, if a new eye tracking technology from Tobii works as advertised.