EyeLock Training Systems

May 6, 2010

Eye tracking, normally only found in university research labs has finally found its way into law enforcement training. The ability to track the focal point of the officer will have profound impact on both research and training. The Eyelock Training System, from Setcan, consists of a head mounted apparatus that has a camera facing out from the forehead. It then utilizes one (monocular) or two (binocular) cameras focused on the wearer's eye(s) to feed software that deciphers information received from the movement of the eye. This information is then used to create a cursor that is superimposed over the video from the head mounted camera. The result shows the exact location of the individual's gaze or focal point.

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