Head tracking involves the real-time precise detection and measurement of the front and sides of a person’s face and head.
Seeing Machines’ fully automatic, camera-based technology creates a comprehensive model of the driver’s face that includes the coordinates of all facial features, their current state, and their rate of change. It also accurately measures the driver’s eyelid aperture and blink rate.
Gaze tracking monitors in real time where a person is looking. Using a safe, invisible light source aimed at the eye, and a special camera to track the glint, we can interpret precisely what the person is looking at.
Combining gaze-tracking information and an understanding of a real-world situation – such as the cabin of a car or the cockpit of an aircraft – allows Seeing Machines to accurately gauge how a driver is interacting with the visual stimuli in their immediate vicinity.