Camera-free eye tracking could drastically reduce the size of headsets
Current VR/AR headsets all use camera-based eye tracking systems to accurately measure the eye movements of users. Cameras capture hundreds of images and therefore take a lot of computing power, meaning that headsets need to be tethered to a power supply and a high-end supply.
AdHawk Microsystems is looking to change that with the introduction of its camera-less eye tracking system.
AdHawk replaces the camera with ultra-compact micro-electromechanical systems (MEMS), computer chips that are so small they...