Injoon Hong of KAIST (above) showed a two-chip subsystem for detecting eye motion in smart glasses so users can, say, take a photo or video, without altering anyone nearby. The 65nm chips consume just 175 milliwatts total.
Jae Myoung Kim (below), also of the Korean tech institute, showed a helmet for monitoring blood oxygen levels in the brain. His chip modulates lasers to check the levels which can indicate maladies such as Alzheimer’s disease or depression.
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What I saw at ISSCC 2015: