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OLED data glasses Controlled by Eye Movements

Sabtu, 03 November 20120 komentar



Trend smart glasses seems to be mushrooming. After Google Glass, now a proliferation of similar products. A scientist is developing a smart goggles that can address the need for hands-free navigation document.

Following instructions or manuals would be easy to do if your hands are clean. But what about the mechanical hands dirty and greasy. Each time to turn the page or the screen to advance, they must put the tools and cleanse hands first.

To answer these problems, scientists from the Fraunhofer Center for Organics, Materials and Electronic Devices Dresden (COMEDD) has developed glasses that allow the wearer to turn the page on digital documents using their eyes.

These glasses are not only meant for the mechanics, but also for technicians, surgeons, or anyone who has a need for hands-free navigation document. The inside of the lens is a combination of the diode and the OLED pixels. Diodes act as a camera, record the direction of movement of the wearer's eyes, while the OLED pixels combine to form a view on the view through the lens.

While I was working on the task by hand, the user can easily see what they do. And when they looked up, they will see the document as if it were projected at a distance of approximately 1 m in front of them. To turn the page, they just need to glance at the arrows in the display.

The chips used in the Fraunhofer glasses is able to send and receive information simultaneously. Glasses eye movement data is sent to a computer connected wirelessly.

COMEDD with the Fraunhofer Institute for Optronics, System Technologies and Image Exploitation, as well as technology companies eye, TRIVISIO tech to develop these technologies.
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