Kirill Korotaev is the CEO and founder of Purple Gaze which is an AI Platform for collecting data from the brain using eye movements. ***This podcast is sponsored by Iris Biomedical, check out their Neurotech Startup Services here***
Top 3 Takeaways:
- "There wasn't any significant innovation in the eye tracking technology for the last 15 years. And we thought that if we use modern computer vision and image processing techniques, we could make it much more accessible and easy to use, which in turn would open up new applications and create whole new industries."
- "We've just launched in the United States. The Communication Disorders Lab at the New Mexico State University has recently acquired two of our FOXIE systems to conduct research on eye movements during speech and speech comprehension. So you should expect first preprints featuring our system in about half a year."
- FOXIE is a portable screen-based Eye Tracking system with a sampling rate of 600Hz that connects to any modern computer via USB
0:45 "Do you want to introduce yourself a little bit and your company?"
2:00 "How did you get into eye tracking?"
5:30 How have things improved since you started out in this?
9:30 Iris Biomedical ad sponsorship
10:15 "What's the company doing right now? And what are you planning on doing next?"
12:30 "What is the footprint of your device?"
13:30 Have you worked with Iris Biomedical before?
14:45 Do you want to talk about how the invasion of Ukraine has affected you as a Russian?
15:45 "If you had unlimited funding, what would you go after?"
16:30 "Is there anything that we didn't talk about that you wanted to mention?"