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Rumour: Galaxy S IV to have Eye-Tacking technology, says NYT

An anonymous Samsung employee has told the New York times that the next generation of the Galaxy S will have Eye-Tracking technology which will be used for eye-based scrolling. This means that you now no longer have to touch the screen when you wish to scroll the pages you are viewing, a simple positioning of your eyes is enough for the page to scroll as if it were magic.

Smart Stay was one of the most hyped features about the Galaxy S III and worked really well too. So, we know that Samsung has a lot of experience in this field. We will soon find out if this rumour is correct or not as the Samsung Galaxy S IV is all set to be announced on March 14th in New York, USA.

(Via: Engadget – Source: New York Times)

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kanteon
kanteon

yup it will u have to wait

Rahul1226
Rahul1226

will s2 get 4.2.1 update???

BeyongGalaxy
BeyongGalaxy

The hand movement gesturing on Samsung TV is still rough around the edges(does not work well at all – I have tried it). Now, that was physical hand movement. A naked eye……Samsung has to get to a near perfect to be able to use human eye as command gesture. Apple might be able to do this but they are not doing it yet – maybe it is not the right time for the tech to release to public. So, don’t just release it with 15 percent functionality for the sake of revenue which Sam will do, of course. Bottom line,… Read more »

ArminVB
ArminVB

disagree with you…the hand movement gesture on Samsung smart TV is working very very well(really useful for me)…I’ve try it 🙂

ArminVB
ArminVB

Thanks dear Samsung♥

ali_wits
ali_wits

OMG we have an apple fan here…. report him…

ffarhan.s
ffarhan.s

We have this features available in Galaxy S III Android 4.2.1 Jelly Bean LEAKED firmware but disable
1. Smart Pause: Pause the Video if device don’t detects that your face is watching video player screen
2. Smart Scroll: The Screen will start to Scroll automatically if the device detects that you are looking at the screen