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ReportTT: We might not being seeing Eye Scrolling in the new Galaxy SIV

Samsung Galaxy S IV eye tracking technology might not be quite as advanced as previously rumored
By: Trace Hagan | Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Mar 14, 2013 1:55 am

We're seeing reports claiming that the technology included in the upcoming Galaxy S IV might not be quite as advanced as we were thinking it would be. Our previous report on Samsung's new Eye Scrolling technology said that the Galaxy S IV would automatically scroll when your eyes reached the bottom of the page.

 

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New reports are suggesting that this won't be included in the S IV, at least not initially. The eye tracking technology that is now said to be included in the device that will be unveiled tomorrow will be quite a bit simpler. We should still see features such as Eye Pause, a technology that pauses playing videos when you look away.

 

We're looking at web pages just scrolling slowly as long as it detects you are looking at the device. We can't hardly wait to see the device tomorrow and we're pretty sure you can't either! We'll be covering the event right here on TweakTown.

NEWS SOURCES:Bloomberg.com, Techradar.com

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