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We debuted globally as a Startup Battlefield Participant at TechCrunch…

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We debuted globally as a Startup Battlefield Participant at TechCrunch Disrupt SF 2017!

It is really encouraging to showcase Looxid Labs’ outstanding technology at TechCrunch Disrupt San Francisco 2017, where tech industry leaders and influencers are gathered. Based on the excellent feedback we received at Startup Battlefield, we will continue to focus our efforts on expanding the global presence of Looxid Labs!


Virtual reality is having a tough time breaching consumer markets and it’s not clear where the demand is exactly. But when it comes to research and analytics,..

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Last June, it was reported that Apple is…

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Last June, it was reported that Apple is planning to acquire a German eye-tracking tech firm SMI. SMI is a leading company in the field of eye-tracking technology.
Since last year, there have been three takeovers of eye-tracking firms by global IT companies, and now many are scrambling to buy eye-tracking companies for VR users’ better experience.
Last October, Google acquired Eyefluence, a startup that enables VR users to do a screen transition or take specific actions through their eye movements.
In the wake of the deal, Facebook’ VR unit Oculus also acquired The EyeTribe to solidify its dominance in VR market.
Why would such global IT companies seeking VR market dominance have their eyes on eye-tracking technology?

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Last June, it was reported that Apple is planning to acquire a German eye-tracking tech firm SMI. SMI is a leading company in the field of…

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Last June, it was reported that Apple is…

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Last June, it was reported that Apple is planning to acquire a German eye-tracking tech firm SMI. SMI is a leading company in the field of eye-tracking technology.
Since last year, there have been three takeovers of eye-tracking firms by global IT companies, and now many are scrambling to buy eye-tracking companies for VR users’ better experience.
Last October, Google acquired Eyefluence, a startup that enables VR users to do a screen transition or take specific actions through their eye movements.
In the wake of the deal, Facebook’ VR unit Oculus also acquired The EyeTribe to solidify its dominance in VR market.
Why would such global IT companies seeking VR market dominance have their eyes on eye-tracking technology?

Read more about the post here:
https://lnkd.in/fGztRpb

#VR #BCI #UX #VRInterface


Last June, it was reported that Apple is planning to acquire a German eye-tracking tech firm SMI. SMI is a leading company in the field of…

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How can we unleash the best user…

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How can we unleash the best user experience that goes beyond the inconvenience of wearing VR headsets for users? We see that immersion and interaction are the answer. Since successful immersion and interaction in VR highly depends on emotional connecti…

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How can we unleash the best user…

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How can we unleash the best user experience that goes beyond the inconvenience of wearing VR headsets for users? We see that immersion and interaction are the answer. Since successful immersion and interaction in VR highly depends on emotional connecti…

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On the second day of Facebook’s annual developer…

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On the second day of Facebook’s annual developer conference F8 held on April 18 to 19, Regina Dugan, Facebook’s vice president of engineering, got on stage as the last speaker and asked a thought-provoking question ‘So what if you could type directly from your brain?’

We explain how these sorts of futuristic brain-computer interface ideas – transforming the world by thinking and creating rapport between human and computer – happen.

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On the second day of Facebook’s annual developer conference F8 held on April 18 to 19, Regina Dugan, Facebook’s vice president of…

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On the second day of Facebook’s annual developer…

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On the second day of Facebook’s annual developer conference F8 held on April 18 to 19, Regina Dugan, Facebook’s vice president of engineering, got on stage as the last speaker and asked a thought-provoking question ‘So what if you could type directly from your brain?’

We explain how these sorts of futuristic brain-computer interface ideas – transforming the world by thinking and creating rapport between human and computer – happen.

Read more about the post here: https://lnkd.in/fU3G4zp


On the second day of Facebook’s annual developer conference F8 held on April 18 to 19, Regina Dugan, Facebook’s vice president of…

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