>> "FOVE" The first eye tracking head mount display
>> FOVE - Eye tracking use case
>> "Eye Play the Piano" Project
Eye Play the Piano is a collaborative project between the University of Tsukuba's Special Needs Education School for the Physically Challenged and FOVE.
Together they have developed the "Universal Piano".
This project supports each and everyone's freedom of expression by allowing one to play the piano without the use of hands or arms and instead through the use of the eye tracking head mount device, FOVE.
Project Site: http://eyeplaythepiano.com/en/
Donate in Crouwd-Funding
>> FOVE - Microsoft Ventures
See FOVE presenting at Microsoft Ventures Accelerator London's The Pitch event on Wed 3rd December
>> ABOUT FOVE
FOVE is the world's first consumer orientated eye tracking head mount display.
The name FOVE comes from a play on the words Field of View and Fovea.
Its main selling point is that the device combines a cutting edge display, eye tracking, orientation sensing, and head position tracking into a single package, allowing users to control the 360°/360° virtual world freely with their eyes.
Intellectual Backyard Inc, etc.
Note: Intellectual Backyard is an advanced technology development
laboratory ran by graduate students of the University of Tokyo which was established in 2013.
106, DMM.make Akiba Base,
12F Fuji Soft Akihabara Building,
3, Kandaneribei-chou, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo,
SXSW 2015 - Exhibit the prototype.
GDC 2015 - Exhibit the prototype.
Join in the 1st batch of the 1st VR acceleration program ”RIVER” by Rothenberg Ventures.
Became available to donate to "Eye Play the Piano" project.
SF JapanNight Final - presented and won.
published in Stuff magazine.
preseted at GRAZEDcon London
Japan-UK Startup Pitch Deloitte - presented and won.
CEATEC - Exhibited with Ory Labs and Presented.
Published in Japan Broadcasting Corporation
Published in Esquire Korea.
Appeared on BBC News.
Pitched at TechCrunch Disrupt SF BattleField Semi-Final round.
Microsoft Ventures London Acceleration Program - Selected as the first japanese company to enter.
Published in Engineer Type Magazine.
Published in Nikkei Electronics.
Published in Nikkei Computers.
Published in WIRED Italy.
Published in CNET.
Published in Engadget.
Published in TechCrunchTokyo.
Published in Nihon Keizai Shinbun (Japan Economy Newspaper).
We have been accepted into the Microsoft Ventures London Accelerator Program. We are the first Japanese company to join the program.
Founded FOVE, Inc.
Selected by the Organization for Small & Medium Enterprises and Regional Innovation as one of the Regional Business Creation / Start-up Promotion subsidy recipients