The calibration process requires each user to track an orange dot as it moves around the screen
The TV's eye-tracking sensor bar
Haier's prototype TV, with its eye-tracking sensor bar in the foreground
Haier's prototype eye-controlled TV, and its eye-tracking sensor bar
While IFA 2012 may be thought of primarily as a venue for electronics manufacturers to unveil their latest products, it’s also a chance for them to showcase technologies that they’re still developing. An example of the latter is the prototype eye-controlled TV, created by Chinese electronics firm Haier. We had a chance to try it for ourselves, on the trade show floor in Berlin.
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