Tuesday, March 06, 2012

Tobii shows off next-gen sensor in IS-2S eye tracker


Tobii, which makes Gaze eye-tracking hardware and demonstrated its gear working with Windows 8 has brought its latest product to the CeBIT show. Dubbed IS-2S, it sports a new sensor that is 75 percent smaller than its predecessor and helps the device get a claimed 40 percent higher efficiency. The company also allegedly improved tracking range and performance.

The single board can be integrated into various products, with system-independent processing. Tobii said its hardware can be integrated into computer monitors or peripherals, CAD hardware, medical imaging equipment, air traffic control offices, arcade games, and more.

Tobii has managed to lower the price point of the as well, though exactly by how much hasn't been revealed.