RAPID PROTOTYPING

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Robust Illumination

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Wide Tracking Range

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Multi-Person Tracking

QUICK SETUP

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Position 3D camera inside the cabin

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Connect camera to PC

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Refer to 3D objects in GazeSense with reference to the camera

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Acess real-time gaze data through the API

SAFETY USE CASES

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Drowsiness detection

Monitor fatigue with blink detection and take action to prevent accidents
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Attention detection

Adapt driver assistance systems and alarms based on driver attention
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Driver identification

Unlock your car with 3D facial recognition
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AR-enhanced driving

Use gaze-enabled augmented reality and adapt the amount of info displayed

INFOTAINMENT USE CASES

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AR interaction

Use gaze to interact with virtual elements
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Full cabin monitoring

Monitor gaze and passengers with a single sensor
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Adaptive illumination

Change in-cabin illumination based on attention detection
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Virtual co-pilot

Combine gaze with voice and gestures for a natural experience. No wake-up words required

PoC Projects

Infineon Real3™ selected camera specifications:

  • Automotive qualified
  • Temperature range: -40°C to 105°C
  • Works from 0 (dark) to 100kLux (direct sunlight)

The Melexis MLX75027 automotive VGA Time-of-Flight (ToF) sensor provides a complete Time-of-Flight sensing solution with full VGA depth map resolution up to 135 distance frames per second.

Eyeware/Melexis Flyer

CONSUMER GRADE 3D CAMERA TO TRACK

IN A REAL-WORLD SCENARIO

The Intel RealSense D415 is our recommended sensor for most rapid prototyping applications. Please get in touch with our customer success team to provide you with a recommendation for your use case.

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    Frame rate:  30 Hz
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    Eye tracking range: 0.3 - 1.0m
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    Head pose tracking range: 0.3 - 1.5m
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    Field of view: 65° x 40° x 72° (Horizontal × Vertical × Diagonal)

OFFICIAL SOFTWARE VENDOR

FOR 3D SENSORS

Eyeware technology uses consumer depth sensing cameras as sensors (e.g. Intel Realsense, Microsoft Kinect, or Orbbec Astra) to estimate the eye-gaze direction. It works with stereoscopic, structured light and time-of-flight (ToF) cameras.

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