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Oct 15 2015

Eye Tracking: Coming to a Batters Box Near You

eye tracking and baseb

Eye tracking and baseball makes a lot of sense. Check out this article from the Washington Post about the future of the game.  

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Sep 11 2015

uHealth Featured on Fox News

Screenshot of Fox News piece on uHealth

Make sure to check out this awesome story on Fox News that highlights Alex Gordon, a college student in New York who is using uHealth to improve her focus and attention on campus.

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May 04 2015

Jerusalem: Where Eye Tracking Lives

Jerusalem: Where Eye Tracking Lives

We’ve always been proud to be a Jerusalem based company! But what does our city have in common with Stockholm, Santa Monica, Buenos Aires and Pune? The five of us were listed as emerging tech hubs in our respective regions in a piece that was recently run by Time Magazine. Here’s what they said: 1. …

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May 01 2015

Houston We Have an Eye Tracker

eye tracking in space

Eye tracking in space can be a very handy tool (see what we did there). Often astronauts are preoccupied and don’t have enough hands to complete their many tasks. Meet the Eye of Horus — a 3D printed eye tracker that is introducing astronauts to a whole new world of interaction via eye tracking. The …

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Apr 26 2015

He Was Just Seventeen…..You Know What We Mean!

The world of eye tracking just got rocked by seventeen year old Harsh Baid! Harsh is a high school student from The Bronx who created a way to play his favorite game just by moving his eyes. Mr. Baid believes that the eyes can and should replace the mouse. Talk about a go-getter, Harsh went and foud …

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Feb 10 2015

A Few of Our Favorited Tweets – February 8-14 2015

Bryan Christie Design; reference imagery: Purdue Neurotraua Group / Purdue University

Eye tracking in health? Eye tracking in sports? Eye tracking in games. Let’s have a look at this week in the wonderful world of eye tracking. The time has come to reprise a time honored tradition here on the Umoove blog; here are a few of our favorite Tweets. Eye Tracking Tech Could Detect Concussions …

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Feb 03 2015

Eye Tracking to Help People

What a Super Bowl! Prime time, family time, eating time. A few hours of awesome commercials, uncomfortable commercials, ups, downs and throwbacks. One commercial that caught our eye (punintentional) was Microsoft’s “#empowering” ad. It profiles a boy named Braylon O’Neill who has prosthetic legs due to the fact that he was born missing the tibia …

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Jan 14 2015

Thanks for a great year!

Some of the press on The Umoove Experience

Last year on this date we launched the Umoove Experience. It’s been an incredible year but the best is still to come. Keep your #eyes on us! Click here to play the Umoove Experience on iOS

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Aug 29 2014

Eye Tracking and the Ice Bucket Challenge

This summer, millions of people partook in the Ice Bucket Challenge which was created to raise awareness for ALS (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) which also known as Lou Gehrig’s disease. In addition to raising awareness for a great cause, there were some hilarious videos, some surprising videos and some videos of people accepting the challenge even though they were wearing dress clothes. …

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Jul 07 2014

The History of Movie Robots

Hi folks, Looking to see a cool summer sci-fi flick? First take a stroll down memory lane! Here’s a short video about the history of movie robots.

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