The future of advertising: Pay-Per-Gaze and Pay-Per-Emotion

Google patents ‘pay-per-gaze’ eye-tracking that could measure emotional response to real-world ads. US Patent number US008510166, which Google initially applied for in May 2011, details the use of a head-mounted sensor to determine when you look at advertising and for how long.

Pay per gaze advertising need not be limited to on-line advertisements, but rather can be extended to conventional advertisement media including billboards, magazines, newspapers, and other forms of conventional print media. Thus, the gaze tracking system described herein offers a mechanism to track and bill offline advertisements in the manner similar to popular online advertisement schemes.

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