"After tens of thousands of years in co-habitation and with the recent advent of digital technology, has our best friend also begun to jump the digital divide?"
Prototype 02 - 3D printed headset with world cam and infrared camera - no interuption or discomfort to her eye viewing level - fitting option right hand view
Canine pupil detection: Dog-ergonimic headset with eyetracker working on Ruby using Pupil Labs Capture software. (click image for video)
Prototype 02 - 3D printed headset with world cam and infrared camera - no interuption or discomfort to her eye viewing level - fitting option left hand view
Ruby tracking and engaged with artwork at The Gladstone Art Gallery 2019: 3D printed headset, world camera and infrared eye tracker attached to android smartphone - I mentioned at the start Rubes was a trooper and has developed amazing co-habitational cognitive abilities. We are mobile and going where no canine and human have ever gone before.
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