Published on October 7th,2009 at 4:33 PM
By >Daimaou - G.G-B

[CEATEC 09- Live] NTT DoCoMo’s Eye-controlled Music Interface

Here’s another mind-blowing concept from CEATEC, DoCoMo’s eye-controlled music interface. As you will see in our video later tomorrow (man I have hundreds of rushes to go through), and despite its name, this technology is not controlled by vision, but rather eye movement.

Thanks to a dedicated pair of headphones that hides tiny electrodes that detect electric changes in your body, NTT’s system reads your eye movement and then interprets it to give to control your player, like skip, play pause, volume up/down. You name it.

Like many other part of bodies, our eyes have a + and – polarity, by moving our eyes an electrode hidden in the headphones reads our eye polarity and then forwards the information to the appropriate application on your DAP that then forwards or skips a track.

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Comments
 

  • sam0

    the guy on the right looks like he’s warming up. nice idea, but not great if you’re jogging and need to watch you’re step?

  • http://www.aneyeopener.com Kerensky97

    Have you ever watched a person’s eyes when they look out the window of a bus or train, rapidly scanning back and forth to watch the scenery?

    That’s will wreak havoc on the player, skipping tracks every second.

  • BrittPen

    if you read other articles, they say that the system is built so that it reads “obscure” eye movements that aren’t usually used in everyday life… for example, moving the eyes quickly to the right twice in rapid succession will do something, so it’s not quite as sensitive to little things such as the movements our eyes make when looking out of a bus window.

 

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