Sony Computer Science Laboratories (Sony CSL) Inc showcased a device to track the movement of human eyes at Open House 2010, which took place May 28, 2010.

The device, which was prototyped in collaboration with the University of Tokyo, was designed for lifelogging. The device measures human eye movement. And, by associating it with the lifelog data collected by the camera embedded in the device, the user’s objects of interest can be determined.

camera is attached outside the glasses. The blue light indicates that the camera is shooting something.

“It is not a full-scale eye tracker,” Sony CSL said. “It is small enough to be attached to glasses.”

This time, Sony CSL equipped glasses with the new device. The glasses are equipped with infrared LED lamps and photoreceivers inside and a camera outside.

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