One of Microsoft’s latest patent applications, No. 20160373570, details technology which can identify inanimate objects and allow them to be selected as tracked objects. The system would keep its eye on that object and react when it’s moved, as well as track objects that leave the field of view and then return in some other location or at a different time. 33 more words
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Amazon created a plan to protect its drones from attack from various sources, physical (natural such as lightening and manmade such as bows and arrows) and electronic (computer hacking) which is has now patented. 94 more words
Microsoft has applied for the following patent “Capacitive Sensors For Determining Eye Gaze Direction”.
The device does not include any eye tracking sensors but relies on the position and orientation of your head to “detect” what you are looking at. 39 more words
Facebook’s patent application for technology capable of recognising the content of images and the ability to flag them was recently published.
The patented technology has the ability to spot… 70 more words
The time required for recharging vehicle batteries and the lack of available publicly accessible charging stations can cause electric vehicle drivers anxiety about whether they can complete their trips with the remaining charge. 97 more words
The World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO) recently confirmed China had become the first country to file 1 million patent applications in a single year. China is thus driving Asian-led growth in innovation worldwide: 78 more words