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By L'Atelier - Paris April 09, 2013
Eye-tracking is already well known in consumer behavioural studies. It has now been extended to enable remote control of computers for the mass market, with a variety of potential adaptations in other fields.
Could the average consumer soon be able to use just his/her eyes to control a computer? This is the prediction of Antoine Luu, Area Manager for Western Europe at Tobii Technology, a firm which specialises in eye-tracking. L’Atelier caught up with him at the Printemps des Etudes conference which took place on 4-5 April at the Palais Brongniart in Paris. Tobii has hitherto been providing companies with consumer behaviour analysis based on eye-tracking. The Swedish company is now planning to go to market at the end of the year with a system for the general public which can be linked up to a personal computer and will then use infrared sensors to work out what exactly the user is looking at and enable him/her to give commands to the computer using eyes only. And there will be no need to use the special glasses needed for other eye-tracking-based remote control applications.