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Quantum Interface has announced augmented reality user interface solutions combining eye-tracking and motion control.

The Quantum Automotive Head Up Display (QiHUD) reduces distracted driving by combining eye tracking and predictive technology to allow adjustment of controls while driving. The eye tracker detects the direction of eye movement; user intent is predicted and confirmed with touch or voice.

Quantum Virtual Augmented Reality Interface (QiVARI) with eye tracking is a predictive user interface for augmented and virtual reality environments. A motion control user interface with eye tracking provides manufacturers of wearable devices with a fast, easy, natural user interface.

Photonics Spectra
Mar 2016

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