LG has accused Samsung of infringing on patents based on the eye-tracking technology featured on the flagship devices of both companies, the Samsung Galaxy S4 and the LG Optimus G Pro.
An Israeli-based startup by the name of uMoove plans to release a software-based eye-tracking solution for mobile devices within the next few months. The company’s software tool kit is confirmed to work both with Android and iOS devices.
So close yet so far. Samsung managed to keep Galaxy S4’s design under wraps for so long, but someone spilled the beans with only a few days to go until the official announcement.
The New York Times is apparently confirming that the Galaxy S4 will have eye tracking capabilities which will allow it to offer a new eye scrolling feature.
Not satisfied to stop with Smart Stay, Samsung has trademarked new Eye Pause and Eye Scroll technology. Will we see this new tech in the Galaxy S4?