What if you could rethink human communication? What if you could perceive, peruse, and process information in milliseconds? What if you could accelerate intelligence at the speed of sight? At Eyefluence are engineering the ability to transform intent into action through your eyes. Leveraging eye biomechanics and the eye-brain connection with the first-ever eye-interaction technology solution for HMD devices, to expand human potential and creating new possibilities in VR, AR, and MR worlds.
THE FIRST EYE-INTERACTION TECHNOLOGY FOR AR, VR & MR
Eyefluence has created the world’s first eye-interaction solution for augmented, virtual, and mixed reality HMD equipment. A quantum leap forward from current input methods, the Eyefluence™ iUi synchronizes biology and technology to deliver the preeminent vision-driven user interface for head-mounted display (HMD) sets with the power and speed to transform the way we interact with technology, information, and each other.
Eyefluence is changing the game for wearable HMD technology. Today’s slow and limited tap, swipe, nod, point, and talk methods for controlling HMDs have been holding back a market ready for phenomenal growth. The Eyefluence iUi takes eye-tracking to the next level. By delivering breakthrough “no wait, no wink, just look” eye-interaction and the natural user experience that current AR, VR, and MR products lack, Eyefluence is unlocking the full potential of the HMD market and ushering in a new form of human-computer interaction.
Eyefluence Demo at AWE 2016
VISION-DRIVEN VIRTUAL REALITY
In mixed reality and VR technology applications, where real and virtual worlds are seamlessly melded, your eyes and hands amplify your consciousness by accelerating your ability to query, explore, and consume photons while gesturing and absorbing simultaneous haptic (touch) sensations. For example, when your hands are engaged in an Iron Man®-like manipulation of the Tesseract, your eyes are free to query its potential power, stress its structure, and study its volume. Multimodal interactions reach a new level of experiential discovery and control.