HONOR Introduces AI Eye-Tracking for Hands-Free Car Control

At the upcoming global launch of the HONOR Magic6 Series at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) 2024, HONOR is poised to introduce an innovative artificial intelligence (AI) feature that promises to redefine the driving experience.

The pioneering technology involves an AI-powered eye-tracking feature integrated into the HONOR Magic6 Pro, allowing drivers to control their vehicles solely with their gaze. This groundbreaking development eliminates the need for physical touch or voice commands, representing a significant leap forward in automotive technology.

To showcase the capabilities of this cutting-edge feature, HONOR has collaborated with automotive engineer Professor James Brighton. In a demonstration video, the HONOR Magic6 Pro seamlessly responds to four distinct eye commands, enabling drivers to start and stop the engine, as well as manoeuvre the vehicle forward and backward.

Remarkably, all of these actions can be accomplished by simply directing one’s gaze towards specific icons displayed on the device. The eye-tracking feature utilises advanced AI algorithms and a front sensor to accurately interpret the driver’s intentions and initiate the corresponding actions.

This groundbreaking technology has the potential to revolutionise human-device communication, offering a glimpse into the future of automotive innovation. HONOR is confident that its AI-powered eye-tracking feature will usher in a new era of intuitive and seamless interaction between drivers and their vehicles.

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