Head tracking

Head tracking is the process of tracking the movement of a user’s head and using that information to control some aspect of a multimedia or graphics application. For example, head tracking could be used to control the view in a virtual reality application, or to pan and zoom a map or image based on the … Read more

Implicit data

“Implicit data” refers to information that is not explicitly stated by the customer, but can be inferred from their actions and behaviors. This could include things like purchase history, browsing habits, and even social media activity. This data can be extremely valuable to businesses, as it can help them better understand their customers and tailor … Read more