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Predict Gaze Vision Control Demo

Date:
October 11, 2012
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Summary:
A TV that turns itself off when you leave the room, and a browser that logs you out of Facebook when someone else uses your iPad: Mountain View-based vision control startup Predictgaze shows us what it has been working on.


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