Chinese Tech Company Makes Waves at Mobile World Congress with New Eye-Control Technology 

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Written By Dean McHugh

Honor, a Chinese tech company, made waves at the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona on Sunday by unveiling groundbreaking technology that enables users to control a car using just their eyes.

The company showcased this innovative feature as part of the international launch of its Magic 6 Pro smartphone.

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Leveraging AI Technology 

The eye-tracking technology embedded in the Magic 6 Pro leverages selfie cameras and artificial intelligence to monitor the user’s eye movements on the screen.

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During the presentation, Honor demonstrated how users could interact with a specially designed app to control various functions of a virtual car. 

Commands such as engine start, engine stop, forward, and backward were accessible through the app’s interface.

Eye-Control Tech 

In a captivating video demonstration, Honor exhibited how users could simply fix their gaze on one of the commands displayed on the smartphone screen, prompting the virtual car to execute the corresponding action. 

For instance, by focusing on the “forward” command, the virtual car would move forward, showcasing the precision and responsiveness of the eye-tracking technology.

Pushing Boundaries 

While Honor did not specify any immediate plans to integrate this feature with actual car manufacturers, the demonstration underscored the company’s commitment to pushing the boundaries of technological innovation.

As smartphone manufacturers vie to outdo each other with cutting-edge AI features, Honor’s showcase at the Mobile World Congress signals its ambition to stay at the forefront of the industry.

Noteworthy Mark in Tech Landscape

Honor’s journey in the tech landscape has been noteworthy, particularly after its separation from Huawei in 2020 due to U.S. sanctions. Since then, Honor has been actively striving to establish itself as a formidable player in the global smartphone market.

With initiatives like the Magic 6 Pro’s eye-tracking technology, Honor aims to enhance its appeal and competitiveness, especially in the premium segment.

Remarkable Eye-Tracking Technology 

Another notable feature unveiled by Honor at the Mobile World Congress is the ability for users to open apps simply by looking at their phones.

Leveraging the same eye-tracking technology, the Magic 6 Pro allows users to access relevant apps directly from notifications by gazing at them, streamlining the user experience and offering a glimpse into the future of smartphone interaction.

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Unveiling Meta’s Llama2 Powered Chatbot 

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In line with the overarching theme of AI dominance at the Mobile World Congress, Honor also showcased a concept chatbot powered by Meta’s Llama2, a large language model designed for AI applications.

AI-Driven Conversational Interfaces 

In a demonstration video, the chatbot showcased its capabilities by providing recommendations for activities in Barcelona and even composing a poem about the event, highlighting the potential for AI-driven conversational interfaces in enhancing user engagement.

As Honor continues to innovate and introduce cutting-edge technologies, consumers can anticipate an exciting future of increasingly intelligent and interactive devices. 

While specific launch dates for these features remain undisclosed, Honor’s bold steps at the Mobile World Congress signal its determination to lead the charge in shaping the future of technology and user experiences.

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