While most traditional systems rely on old-school 2D RGB cameras, Observant leverages the very best of both 2D RGB cameras and 3D depth sensors to achieve ultimate performance & accuracy, with no compromises.
|Supports low lighting|
|Skin tone agnostic|
|Head tracking accuracy|
|Gaze tracking accuracy|
Here's what else is out there.
|Inputs||Emotion recognition||Gaze tracking||Homepage demo|
|Observant||2D RGB Depth sensor|
|Moodify||2D RGB Wristband|
|Smart Eye||2D RGB Iris scanner|
Depth sensor vs. iris scanner
Two infrared-based solutions, compared.
Observant harnesses depth sensors to capture 3D depth data for over 5 muscle groups for each eye, inferring granular information such as gaze direction based on eye lid position.
Combined with RGB pupil and iris tracking makes Observant ideal for high-fidelity eye tracking and emotion recognition, in all lighting conditions.
Iris scanning is an older technology commonly used to perform a 2D scan of a user's iris.
While it is mostly used for biometric authentication applications, it is sometimes used to perform elementary gaze tracking in low-light conditions.