Presenting @ https://www.accelevents.com/e/tech-summit-2024
- Date & Time : 📅 2024-02-20 , 2024, 1:00 PM
- Presenters: Gerry Pedraza
Maxine harnesses the power of eye-tracking technology, carefully monitoring the presenter's eye movements. Coupled with AI's prowess, it processes videos in real-time and prerecorded, redirecting the presenter’s gaze straight towards the camera. In essence, this presentation offers a gateway into the future of online engineering education, one where engagement isn't a bonus but a given.
Nvidia Gaze is a software development kit (SDK) developed by Nvidia Corporation that uses eye-tracking technology to track a user's eye movements and adjust the video display accordingly. It enables a more personalized experience for the viewer by directing the presenter's gaze towards the camera, creating a more immersive and engaging experience. Nvidia Gaze works by using a camera to track the user's eye movements and then adjusting the video display in real-time to ensure that the presenter's gaze is directed towards the camera. This technology has many potential applications, such as improving engagement in online education, enhancing video conferencing, and enabling more natural human-computer interactions.
By the end of the presentation, participants will be able to articulate the unique engagement challenges posed by online engineering classes, especially the limitations of pre-recorded videos in fostering a personal and interactive learning experience.
- Attendees will gain an overview of Nvida's Maxine Gaze its utilization of eye-tracking technology, and the role of AI in enhancing video processing for a more immersive learning experience.
- Participants will learn how the APIs and libraries within the SDK allow course creators to automate and scale the processing of existing content, transforming it into more engaging material.
In today's evolving digital education landscape, online courses often grapple with maintaining student engagement, particularly when relying on pre-recorded videos. While the digital realm offers convenience and flexibility, it can't always emulate the intimacy and immediacy of face-to-face interactions. This presentation explores these challenges.
Enter Nvidia Maxine, a state-of-the-art software development kit (SDK) that promises to revolutionize online learning experiences. Maxine harnesses the power of eye-tracking technology, carefully monitoring the presenter's eye movements. Coupled with AI's prowess, it processes videos in real-time and pre-recorded, redirecting the presenter’s gaze straight towards the camera. The outcome? A redefined digital learning experience that closely mimics a direct, face-to-face conversation. Rather than feeling detached, the viewer experiences a sense of personal connection and immersion, which is crucial for enhancing engagement.
Furthermore, the presentation elucidates how Maxine's built-in APIs and libraries empower course producers. Instead of laboriously processing videos one by one, they can automate the enhancement process, making it feasible to process large batches of content. In essence, this presentation offers a gateway into the future of online engineering education, one where engagement isn't a bonus but a given.