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iOS tracking allegedly denied by Steve Jobs

04/25/2011, Last week we reported about your iOS device keeping tabs on you wherever you go, and how easy it was to read the database containing your location data. As usual, this location-storing issue caused a huge stir among the internet and the media, leading to...

Kinect used to control DIY Eye of Sauron

03/18/2011, Fans of Lord of the Rings are going to love this new way to use the Kinect. The Technology Studio in UK recently uploaded a video of a giant eyeball that used the Kinect’s motion sensors to detect people walking around it. The eyeball could...

Head Mounted EyeSeeCam Tracks Your Eyes

05/26/2010, Ever been in the scenario where you wish your computer knew what you were seeing and if it could track where you’re looking at? The EyeSeeCam might be what you’re been looking for. This rig is attached to your face and uses four cameras, two...

Eyeballs get tracked thanks to new algorithm

05/25/2010, Eye-tracking handsets are one step closer to reality, courtesy of an improved iris recognition algorithm. The boffins over at the Dartmouth College managed to come up with an advanced iris recognition algorithm which has been christened as the Eyephone...

Keruve 2010 GPS tracking system for Alzheimer patients

10/04/2009, GPS is useful for keeping track of your kids or trying to discover just who your spouse is seeing behind your back, but here’s another novel idea – the Kreuve 2010 GPS tracking system is able to track down those suffering from...