Eye tracking is a key sensing technology for wearable glasses, required to enable application display enhancement methods. State-of-the-art eye tracking systems rely on video oculography (VOG), which uses a camera-based system to infer the user’s gaze from a sequence of images.
With the development of both present and future technologies, the Internet of Things (IoT) based solutions offer many potential benefits to today’s world, especially in healthcare. Currently, there is a high demand for low-cost solutions in connected healthcare and real-time wireless patient monitoring remotely.
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