c't Magazine: Hardware and software for eye contact in video calls tested

By Alican Suleymanoglu on Mar 13, 2021 8:00:00 AM

The Windows application NUIA Full Focus directs the user's gaze towards the camera during video calls. In this way, it conveys constant eye contact to the conversation partner, even if the user is studying something else on the screen.


Original German article from c't magazine 6-2021, p.87 by Hans-Peter Schüler


Topics: Full Focus Press

WiWo: This is how we will control computers in the future; only with our eyes

By Alican Suleymanoglu on Feb 22, 2021 10:21:11 AM

Until now, eye control for computers was only something for people with disabilities or for gamers. Soon it will be part of everyday life.

Topics: Featured SAP Press

4tiitoo co-founder Stephan Odörfer interviewed about Full Focus by IT-techBlog

By Alican Suleymanoglu on Dec 1, 2020 6:30:00 PM

Stephan Odörfer was the guest of this weeks IT-techBlog podcast hosted by Michael Hülskötter to talk about 4tiitoo's latest product NUIA Full Focus and the journey of creating it. 

Topics: Press Interview

4tiitoo launches NUIA Full Focus - a smart software for natural eye contact in video calls

By Alican Suleymanoglu on Oct 29, 2020 8:30:00 PM

 

Building trust in video calls – especially during COVID-19

Topics: Finance Video Conference Engineering Full Focus Software Development Press

4tiitoo secures €3.1 million in financing round

By Alican Suleymanoglu on Oct 20, 2020 12:36:32 PM

Innovative eye-tracking solutions for higher efficiency at computer workstations

Topics: Finance Engineering Featured Software Development Press

4tiitoo and Kaspersky Lab analyze chess players' minds

By Alican Suleymanoglu on Nov 15, 2018 12:26:00 PM

"Today, telemetrics are vital for all professional sports. Every move is measured, presented in statistics and analyzed. But how do you create telemetrics for sports that mainly happen in the player’s head, like chess? The eye control pioneer 4tiitoo and Chess World Championship sponsor Kaspersky Lab teamed up to give the technology a try. This resulted in a prototype of an eye tracking solution to predict moves, which was showcased and tested during a match between Liverpool's soccer star Trent Alexander-Arnold and chess World Champion Magnus Carlsen."

Topics: Event Press