VisualCamp was selected to represent at TechCrunch Disrupt 2021 as one of Korea’s pioneering startups that enriches lives thanks to the applications of its eye tracking technology to remote education services and mobile e-book apps.
VisualCamp provides the 2021 GLOMO Award-winning SeeSo, an eye tracking software development kit (SDK) that is developed based on Artificial Intelligence (AI) model.
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SeeSo is mobile optimized. Virtually any device with a front-facing camera is supported, and SeeSo is currently the only no-hardware solution where you can collect gaze data in the end users’ natural environments. VisualCamp has also announced alongside SeeSo’s attention monitoring, you can now detect drowsiness from the end users through their APIs.
SeeSo is being applied to various industries such as education, advertising, and medical care. Top Korean education companies such as Kyowon and LG U+ currently utilize SeeSo to measure students’ engagement and learning effectiveness through attention monitoring. Millie, one of Korea’s largest e-reader companies, is providing a function through SeeSo to have users turn pages with their eyes. SeeSo is also expected to be used for digital therapeutics and pre-diagnosis clinical trials for ADHD, Dry Eye Disease, Dementia, and Alzheimer’s in 2022. VisualCamp is currently in the process of signing additional contracts with major US companies to provide its eye tracking technology.
VisualCamp, headquartered in South Korea, has offices in Silicon Valley and China as well. Yeonho Kim, the US General Manager of VisualCamp, said, “Our goal with SeeSo is to change how we interact with our devices. Through SeeSo, we can lower the barriers to entry on eye tracking so that this data can be created, collected, and analyzed to have a deeper understanding towards users. We are very excited to see some of the projects we are testing with the US companies to disrupt the ways our devices work for us.”
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