AdHawk’s tiny sensors could enable much smaller VR headsets and AR glasses
This is definitely game-changing technology; I came across this article is on VentureBeat today and had to share it:
A Canadian company called AdHawk Microsystems is announcing that it has created small motion-tracking sensors that could be a boon for augmented reality glasses and virtual reality headsets. Current AR and VR products are oversized for consumers, and bulky camera-based sensors are a big part of that problem. But AdHawk has created eye-tracking sensors that are small chips made from micro-electrical mechanical systems (MEMS), which are commonly used in gyro chips.