Eye tracking is a technology that puts you in control of your device by using your eyes as you naturally would.
A device or computer equipped with an eye tracker “knows” what a user is looking at. This makes it possible for users to interact with e.g. computers using their eyes.
The eye tracker – which consists of sensors (camera + projectors) and algorithms. The custom-designed sensors are the hardware designed to be a high-performance sensor consisting of custom components and advanced optics.
A device or computer equipped with an eye tracker “knows” a user's intentions because what you look at is a good approximation of what you think.
With eye tracking, we can humanize our technology. There're plenty of amazing new functionalities waiting just around the corner with eye tracking.
You’ll be able to point, select, zoom and do actions in faster, easier, more natural ways than you would with the mouse or touchpad - also enabling entirely new features. Your cursor is always where you need it and the whole Windows interface seems to anticipate your next action.
It can also give indications about the person’s presence, attention, focus, drowsiness, consciousness or other mental states.