NEWS: Press Releases

By EyeTracking Inc. on 5/23/2017 4:45 AM

medical training In today’s world, highly skilled jobs are becoming more demanding as personnel are expected to perform critical tasks using highly complex systems in difficult environments. Surgeons and pilots are only two examples of individuals facing such environments. Pressures on the medical and aviation industries are enormous. In the medical realm, our aging population means more medical conditions to treat and thus an ever-increasing demand for skilled medical personnel. In the aviation arena, more people are travelling to more places and thus adding further strain on the aviation industry to supply evermore pilots to meet the demands both now and into the future.

Despite these two examples being seemingly quite different, they face a common basic problem—namely time-efficient and resource-efficient training. The quality of training needs to be maintained, and ideally even improved...

By EyeTracking Inc. on 8/14/2015 4:22 PM
EyeTracking, Inc. is proud to announce the signing of a Cooperative Research & Development Agreement (CRADA) with Sandia National Laboratories. Through this partnership Sandia and EyeTracking seek to apply new methodologies and approaches to solving real world problems.

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By EyeTracking Inc. on 10/10/2014 1:39 PM
Seeing Machines (AIM: SEE), a world leader in computer vision related technologies that help machines understand people by tracking and interpreting human faces and eyes, is pleased to announce the signing of EyeTracking Inc. as distributor of Seeing Machines’...
By EyeTracking Inc. on 9/20/2014 1:59 PM
Scene Camera Data Collection - Mobile / Tablet Example

Testing on a monitor, testing with a projector, testing on a laptop,...
By EyeTracking Inc. on 10/15/2012 2:05 PM
Gaze-controlled systems have been in the news quite a bit lately. Fujitsu made headlines at CEATAC (the Consumer Electronics Show of Japan) last week when they demoed a prototype tablet that uses eye movements for navigation. In September CNN Tech ran a story about a $30 pair of eye tracking glasses that "opens the door to a new era of hands-free computers, allowing us to use them without a mouse, keyboard or touch screen." Such innovations are certainly impressive, but before we all throw away our antiquated hand-controlled devices and start practicing eye-clicks, let's get some perspective on this application.

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By EyeTracking Inc. on 4/3/2012 1:16 PM
In 2002, Dr. Sandra Marshall presented a landmark paper at the IEEE 7th Conference on Human Factors and Power Plants, introducing...
By EyeTracking Inc. on 12/1/2011 3:49 PM
There's a lot to like about EyeWorks™. Its unique brand of flexible efficacy makes it an ideal software solution for eye tracking...
By EyeTracking Inc. on 11/28/2011 3:05 PM
There's a lot to like about EyeWorks™. Its unique brand of flexible efficacy makes it an ideal software solution for eye tracking...
By EyeTracking Inc. on 8/23/2011 3:38 PM
The semiautonomous vehicle is the future of the automotive industry. Innovations such as forward collision avoidance radar and...
By EyeTracking Inc. on 7/26/2011 3:33 PM
Over the past hundred years or so, the word "promising" has been employed quite often to describe eye tracking technology - from...
By EyeTracking Inc. on 5/6/2011 2:12 PM
At midnight on Wednesday March 23rd two commercial airplanes approaching Ronald Reagan Airport in Washington D.C. requested permission to land. The tower responded with only silence. After repeated attempts at communication, both pilots were forced to navigate...