This AR headset bakes eye-tracking right into its OLED displays

Publication Title
Publication Date
October 6 2017
Chris Davies (creator)
Fraunhofer FEP (creator)
Persuasive Intent
Augmented reality and virtual reality headsets are proliferating, but now there’s a system where the same tiny displays can be used as cameras to track eye-movement. Fraunhofer FEP has cooked up a new headset building on its latest bidirectional OLED microdisplays which, in addition to OLED pixels, have photodiodes sandwiched in-between. With those, the tiny screens can not only show data to the wearer, but watch where that person is looking too.
HCI Platform
Location on Body
Head, Eye

How to cite this entry
Chris Davies, Fraunhofer FEP. (October 6 2017). "This AR headset bakes eye-tracking right into its OLED displays". SlashGear. SlashGear. Fabric of Digital Life.