Our eye movements speak volumes about our mental health. Imec’s eye-tracking glasses allow you to record them exactly and ergonomically.
Most eye-tracking devices use cameras. Accurate? Yes, but also rather uncomfortable for the user, who has to wear a bulky device that can support the electrical and computing power needed for this technology.
Imec’s eye-tracking glasses are based on wireless electro-oculography (EOG). Because of that compact and low-power technology, these glasses can be worn comfortably all day long. And that opens avenues of medical possibilities.
Imec’s eye-tracking device might look like a regular pair of glasses, but it’s packed with integrated technology:
The result is a device that’s more versatile than traditional eye-tracking technologies. You can it use both for:
Use this imec prototype as your starting point for developing a revolutionary medical research tool. For example, for the exploration of neurodegenerative diseases that affect eye movements, such as Parkinson’s, Alzheimer’s and schizophrenia. Or for the monitoring of the rehabilitation process after a stroke.
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