Augmented Reality Eye Tracking Platform

Background image

Naturally integrate eye tracking into AR applications for hands free-interaction when using smart glasses and other augmented reality headsets.

On-demand access to additional information

On-demand access to additional information

Eye tracking in AR Displays provides context-sensitive information to the user - when it is needed, where it is needed. By adding attention-triggered information to a second screen, or by superimposing information and instructions onto real objects, the user has on-demand instant access to information relevant to the task at hand, such as condition of cargo, health data of patients or the performance of machines.

Hands-free interaction

Hands-free interaction

By providing gaze guidance during procedures that are quality-sensitive and visually complex, eye tracking in AR Displays supports visual orientation, search and inspection procedures. Gaze overlay allows for transfer of expertise, or for making expert knowledge explicit. Interaction is hands-free and ideally suited for professional applications, such as manufacturing, logistics, technical service, medical and other professional fields.

Unmatched quality and efficiency

Unmatched quality and efficiency

SMI‘s advanced eye tracking algorithms offer a new standard for seamless integration of virtual content with reality. The visualization is continuously adapted on the basis of the user‘s biometric information, rendering obsolete cumbersome and error-prone display calibration routines.

World’s first Eye Tracking integrations for AR Glasses

World’s first Eye Tracking integrations for AR Glasses

The Lumus DK-50 augmented reality glasses have been fitted with SMI eye tracking technology to create a solution that is highly reactive to the wearer's gaze. The intuitive and hands-free functionality is set to benefit manufacturing, logistics, technical services, medical and other professional fields. Previously, SMI has demonstrated reference design prototypes of gaze Interaction for Google Glass and for the Epson Moverio BT-200.

Reference designs

Eye tracking upgrade for Lumus DK 50
The Lumus DK-50 AR glasses have been fitted with eye tracking cameras and SMI’s advanced software to create a solution that is highly reactive to the wearer’s gaze.
Eye tracking upgrade for Epson Moverio BT-200
SMI performed the world’s first eye tracking integration for AR with the Epson Moverio BT-200.
SMI Gaze Interaction Powers Google Glass Prototype
SMI showcased the benefits of hands-free interaction with Google Glass.