Eye-tracking software could make video calls feel more lifelike

Something that tracks your eye movements may help make video calls truer alive.

Shlomo Dubnov at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), was frustrated by the shortcoming to smoothly teach an online music class through the coronavirus pandemic. “With the online setting, we miss a lot of these little non-verbal body gestures and communications,” he says.

With Ross Greer, a colleague at UCSD, he developed a machine learning system that monitors a presenter’s eye movements to track who they are …

Something that tracks your eye movements may help make video calls truer alive. Shlomo Dubnov at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), was frustrated by the shortcoming to smoothly teach an online music class through the coronavirus pandemic. “With the online setting, we miss a lot of these little non-verbal body gestures and communications,”…

Something that tracks your eye movements may help make video calls truer alive. Shlomo Dubnov at the University of California, San Diego (UCSD), was frustrated by the shortcoming to smoothly teach an online music class through the coronavirus pandemic. “With the online setting, we miss a lot of these little non-verbal body gestures and communications,”…

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