We have covered Tobii’s eye tracking tech here a number of times in the past. The company has unveiled Tobii IS4 eye tracking platform and Tobii EyeChip to offer eye tracking integration into consumer devices. The goal is to bring eye tracking to laptop and desktop computers, tablets, cars and virtual reality headsets.
The IS4 eye tracking module is a compact and does not consume lots of power. It offers flexibility to integrate with with various design configurations.
Tobii EyeChip is the world’s first system-on-chip (SoC), also called an application-specific integrated circuit (ASIC), developed specifically for eye tracking. With both hardware acceleration and vectorized processing, the EyeChip performs the on-chip processing of Tobii EyeCore algorithms and features integrated sensor and illumination control. Together, this provides unbeatable tracking performance and advanced, flexible power schemes, while dramatically reducing CPU load, bus load and power consumption compared to other eye tracking solutions.
More information is available on Tobii’s website.