Sensomotoric 3D Glasses
SensoMotoric Instruments (Teltow, Germany) offers new active stereoscopic 3D glasses for virtual reality and 3D games. The new device includes two advanced motion-tracking functions. Dual onboard cameras are used to track eye movements, while a third front-facing camera captures a user's actual field of view.
The glasses are visible at the SD&A - STEREOSCOPIC DISPLAYS AND APPLICATIONS conference from February 4-6, 2013.
Data recorded by the cameras allows the system to optimize picture quality by compensating for the distance between the glasses and the person.
Optional "optical targets" (seen in the video here above) can be installed to provide head-tracking capabilities, too. With these add-ons, both head position and orientation can be tracked in real-time to enhance user interactivity.
SMI Eye Tracking Glasses are worn like a normal pair of glasses and are ready for use instantly. Binocular tracking delivers reliable eye tracking data with pin-point accuracy over all distances. The HD scene camera features an unprecedented level of details.
Price and availability are unknown at this stage. Visit Sensomotoric for more info.