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The Eye Tribe Says It’s Shipping Its First $99 Eye-Tracking Units, Raises Another $1M
01/08/2014 by Anthony Ha, TechCrunch.
The Eye Tribe, which took the stage today at TechCrunch’s CES Hardware Battlefield, is developing hardware that allows users to control technology with the motion of their eyes….
New tablet eye control gadget unveiled at Techcrunch in Berlin
30/10/2013 by Telegraph
The Eye Tribe’s Strategy Is Larger Than Their $99 Eye Tracking Hardware Unit
12/09/2013 by Jay Donovan, TechCrunch.
The Eye Tribe Tracker is an aftermarket eye tracker currently available for Windows-based tablets and computers and serves many functions from gaming to reading. Built to work with any Windows 7 or 8 device with a USB 3 interface…
The Eye Tribe Starts Pre-Orders For $99 Eye Tracking Developer Device For Windows PCs.
05/09/2013 by Darrell Etherington, TechCrunch.
Denmark’s The Eye Tribe is not an indigenous group that worships the ocular organ, but a startup that works in machine vision, specifically developing eye tracking tech for use in consumer electronics…
The Eye Tribe Demonstrates An Impressive Eye Tracking Suite On Android Via A USB Dongle.
05/09/2013 by Jeremiah Rice, Android Police.
Voice control? That’s so 2010. The future of mobile computing is… well, I have no idea what it is, but Danish startup company The Eye Tribe would like you to think that it’s eye tracking…
The Eye Tribe aims to bring its eye-tracking tech to Android devices with SDK this June.
17/04/2013 by Donald Melanson, Engadget.
Eye-tracking technology on Android devices isn’t exactly anything new, but Danish startup The Eye Tribe is now looking to broaden its use further with its own new set of tools…
The Eye Tribe featured on CNet “First Look at The Eye Tribe” at CES 2013 in Las Vegas.
The Eye Tribe featured on CNet panel discussion “The Next Interface: You” at CES 2013 in Las Vegas.
Danish eye-tracking software firm The Eye Tribe gets $2.3m government grant, no strings attached.
17/04/2013 by Robin Wauters, The Next Web.
Copenhagen, Denmark-based The Eye Tribe (formerly known as Senseye) builds software that allows people to interact with their mobile device just by looking at it…