Dec 29, 2016

Eyes on the future: Facebook acquires eye tracking VR technology — RT America

Facebook has just acquired Eye Tribe, a Danish tech company that can track eye movements and gestures. Facebook hopes to use the technology in conjunction with their Oculus virtual reality headsets.

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