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Digital Camera Tracks Eye Location

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Researchers at the Institute of Information Science of Academia Sinica and National Taiwan University, both in Taipei, have developed a system that adjusts stereoscopic images on a monitor to the position of the viewer's eyes, thus eliminating the need for any headwear during virtual-reality simulations.

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The system, reported in the December issue of Optical Engineering, maps the position of a face with a 30-Hz digital camera from Sony Electronics Inc. of Tokyo. A visual blocking program then isolates the positions of the eyes.

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2002
Research & TechnologyTech Pulse

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