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About eyeSight

eyeSight is a leading provider of gesture recognition technologies, powering mass market, touch-free solutions that create new and exciting user experiences.

With eyeSight’s technology, users enjoy a natural user interface, allowing them to easily and intuitively control a variety of devices using simple hand gestures. Devices such as mobile phones, tablets, PCs, TVs, set-top-boxes, in-car infotainment systems and more can now be easily controlled using natural hand gestures.

eyeSight’s software-based technology requires only a standard camera–either embedded or connected to the device–for full functionality. The technology is further compatible with stereoscopic 3D sensors and IR illumination. eyeSight has software development kits (SDKs) available for all major operating systems, including Android, Linux, Windows, and iOS.

Using eyeSight’s unique SDK, the touch-free technology can be easily embedded on the device or applications. Integration involves minimal resource deployment, enabling short time-to-market in a cost-effective manner.

eyeSight and Machine Vision on Arm Mali GPUs


Thomas Li, Regional Director for Asia at eyeSight talks about eyeSight’s experience using GPU Compute on Arm Mali to improve gesture based UIs and machine vision middleware. CPU load and power consumption are reduced, whilst significant improvements are achieved in accuracy and robustness of the gesture engine in challenging lighting conditions. 

Gesture Recognition with OpenCL on Mali 


eyeSight's demo highlights the benefits of using GPU Compute on Arm Mali via OpenCL™ to enhance detection rates and therefore precision of gesture recognition.  The demo runs on an Arndale development board which contains the Samsung Exynos 5 Dual SoC featuring a dual core Arm Cortex-A15 CPU and Arm Mali-T604 (MP4) GPU

Further information

eyeSight website
See the latest from eyeSight on their website.

Smile to the camera, it's OpenCL!
Learn about the Huawei Honor 7, the first smartphone to optimize all it's photos with OpenCL on Mali.

Realizing the benefits of GPU Compute for real application with Mali GPUs
An blog on the wide arrange of real use cases being addressed by OpenCL with Mali.

Seeing the future with Computer Vision
How machines are interpreting the outside world; including Arm's acquisition of Apical.