Monday, 25 March 2013

"You lookin' at me?" – Diff Displays system can tell

A team of scientists at the University of St. Andrews, Scotland has developed computer monitors that can detect when a person has stopped looking at them. At first glance, this may sound like some Orwellian micromanger’s dream, but its true purpose is to reduce distraction and increase productivity while taking the pressure off people whose jobs require staring at multiple displays for long periods... Continue Reading "You lookin' at me?" – Diff Displays system can tell

Section: Computers

Tags: Computer, Display, Monitor, University of St. Andrews

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