UK startup develops 'wafer thin' virtual reality tracking sensors for headsets
A UK based startup that’s only been around for under a year has developed a tech that tracks facial expressions in virtual reality devices.
Emteq, based in Brighton, uses artificial intelligence (AI) and tiny sensors to read the electrical signals generated by muscle movement.
This in turn allows someone’s digital avatar, for example, to respond to the changes, without the need for face-tracking cameras.
The tech - or Faceteq, as the company’s calling it - is being developed with an...