Eye-Tracking Monitor ‘Glues’ You To The Screen

Eye-Tracking Monitor ‘Glues’ You To The Screen
technology

Students from the University of Texas have created a screen that tracks a user's eye movement and automatically shifts the display to where they are looking.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 4 may 2011

As if taking cue from Jean Baudrillard’s maxim “you are the screen, and the television is watching you,” students from the University of Texas have created a screen that tracks a user’s eye movement and automatically projects images to where the user is looking using a Pico Projector.

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