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Eye-Tracking Takes Viewers Into The Stadium From Their Couch [Video]

Eye-Tracking Takes Viewers Into The Stadium From Their Couch [Video]
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New technology allows you to control what you want to see in the big game by following your eye movements.

Yi Chen
  • 23 january 2012


Technicolor demonstrated their new technology called ‘Personalized Content Rendering’ at this year’s CES. The tech device is able to enhance the viewer’s experience of watching a wide-angle sporting match such as football, baseball or soccer. Incorporating six different camera angles at a stadium, the device tracks the movement of your eyes to allow you to control and see what you want to view. It can even zoom into a scene to give you better details and focus.

The Personalized Content Rendering technology is expected to become commercially available in the next couple of years. At this stage, there are still lots of improvements to be made, such as smoother camera transitions or what happens when more than one person is watching the game.

Watch the video below to see how the device works.

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