Remember those little holographic things you used to play with when you were a child that showed different pictures depending on the angle you looked at them?
Well the 3D Eyetracking UI from Tat does something similar – the UI can detect where you’re looking at the phone by tilting it, which allows the software to give depth to your phone’s display. This means that you can see ‘behind’ some of the menu items, and looking at it from different angles will reveal different things.
This could lead to richer user interfaces with more available ‘virtual’ screen real estate.
Pretty hard to explain and get your head around, so it’s best for you to see it in action: