Eyeware, young Valaisan start-up and winner of the ICC’2015, featured in RTS’ radio show “Néophiles”

Kenneth Funes, whose project “Eyeware” was amongst the winners of the ICC’2015, is currently founding the start-up Eyeware in Martigny (Valais). It develops gaze and interaction technologies based on his PhD work done in the Idiap Perception and Activity Understanding group. The EyewareAssit system allows interacting with a computer via the head and facial gestures, and is particularly aimed at people with paraplegia who are unable to use a standard keyboard or mouse.

It develops technology that allows interacting with a computer via the face and its different expressions. The technology is particularly aimed at people who are unable to use a standard keyboard or mouse.

Learn more about Eyeware by listening the “Néophiles” (only in French) here: http://www.rts.ch/la-1ere/programmes/neophiles/7680051-costa-martigny-eyeware.html

Source: RTS/Néophiles, Loïs Siggen Lopez