EyeSeeCam will be presented in the Salon at this year’s Medicine Meets Virtual Reality 17 conference. The man behind the idea is Johannes Vockeroth from the University Hospital Munich.
Demonstration: The Gaze-Driven Head-Mounted Camera is a novel approach to document medical treatment. The device stores and transmits the exclusive point of view of the surgeon.
EyeSeeCam is a novel head-mounted camera controlled by the user’s eye movements. It allows, for the first time, to literally see the world through somebody else’s eyes. A mobile eye tracker system continuously directs the camera towards the user’s point of gaze, so that the camera captures exactly what the user’s eyes see.
It means surgeons can record surgical procedures from their “point of views”.