Create Interconnected Reality
through Users’ Emotional Interaction in VR
Looxid Labs’ ultimate emotion recognition system will introduce human emotions into a virtual environment and enable users to emotionally engage with a virtual character knowing that the users’ emotional states. This will make a significant leap forward in improving users’ VR immersion and feeling of presence.
Bring Emotion Recognition System
into the Realm of VR
Leverage Looxid Labs’ ultimate VR Interface
in terms of Hardware, Software, and Algorithms
Benefit of Hardware
Seamlessly embed emotion sensing sensors into existing VR headset models.
Our VR add-on embedding sensor module measures users' eye movement and brainwave once users wear the VR headset.
Deliver robust eye and brain signals through software optimization.
Our emotion recognition API with our advanced software delivers robust eye and brain signals in real-time.
Accurate User Emotion Analytics
Employ world’s best eye-brain interface and exceptional machine learning algorithms.
Our proprietary machine learning algorithm classifies users' bio-signals including brainwave and pupil information into users' emotional states.
The Electronic Times | Looxid Labs analyzes user emotions in VR environment
Looxid Labs announced that it has developed a disrupting emotion recognition system for virtual reality users using eye and brain interface. Looxid Labs' emotion recognition system is composed of hardware - mobile VR headset 'EVA' to detect users' eye movement and brainwave accurately, software - real-time emotion recognition API using eye and brain interface, and machine learning based emotion recognition algorithms.
Money Today | Elon Musk invested a venture to develop 'brain-computer interface'... What's the most attractive major?
Along with an announcement in which an innovator Elon musk enters the world of brain-computer interfaces, there are expectations that research about human brain is going higher. Looxid Labs CEO Brian Chae founded a tech startup using bio and brain engineering technology. Looxid Labs’ eye-brain interface technology was unveiled at CES 2016, leading to a multitude of global media coverages to name it as ‘one of CES 2016’s 10 coolest startup ideas’, ‘one of eight next-generation technologies’, and others.
Eureka Park: 10 Cool Startup Ideas From CES 2016's Playground of Emerging Tech
Much more of a concept than an actual working demo, Korean startup Looxid Labs' LX-I had a lot of people talking. The premise is that a simple headset to track eye movements and EEG brainwave patterns can be used to monitor what a person is looking at, and what he or she is willing it to do, and then turn that information into real-world actions. It can be used to monitor learning and cognitive performance as well as controlling computer interfaces.