News & Events

News & Events

  • GTI Canada

    Montreal-based company Mirametrix has been honored with an Innovation Award for its Glance software platform which can “read” a user’s face. Lenovo will be their first partner and will offer the technology – which allows the computer to lock and unlock based on the presence of the user in front of its screen – as an option on some of its models (including the X1 Carbon) by the end of the year.

  • La Presse - January 4, 2017

    Lenovo, le leader mondial dans la production d'ordinateur PC, commercialisera, à compter de l'an prochain, quatre modèles d'ordinateurs portables équipés de Glance, une technologie de Mirametrix Inc. qui permet de « lire » le visage d'un utilisateur.

  • The Mighty - March 31, 2016

    University of Vermont researchers conducted a study, which claims to be the first of its kind, using Mirametrix’ S2 Eye Tracker, an eye-tracking technology to show how children with autism respond during different kinds of conversations, and the results may help speech therapists interact with kids on the spectrum.

  • PRNewswire - November 17, 2015

    Within the global eye tracking market, mobile eye tracker forecast to have highest growth rate during the review period while North America held highest market share of eye tracking during 2014 according to this new research available with, where Mirametrix is one of the key players discussed in this eye tracking market report.

  • The Globe and Mail - July 15, 2015

    Catalytic partnering is a far more involved approach than traditional venture capital financing. A concrete example of this approach is TandemLaunch - an early-stage company creation platform that BDC Capital has invested in and that focuses on fostering innovators spun-off from university-sector labs. Mirametrix Inc, a successful Montreal based startup is a direct product of this platform.

  • The Globe and Mail - May 2, 2015

    The Xoupir is a fully electric bus. Its four rear wheels provide extra traction for winter use and slippery conditions. It is powered by two electric motors that get their energy from an onboard battery pack, which is recharged by induction coils hidden under the road. OLED screens located inside and outside the Xoupir would feature ads that change based on the preferences of users who are looking at them. This could be accomplished by using eye tracking technology like the ones created by Mirametrix.

  • Cantech Letter - May 26, 2014

    Last week, the inaugural BDC Innovation Award was handed out to Montreal's Mirametrix Inc., a company that has earned some renown for it eye tracking technology. A partnership between the Business Development Bank of Canada and Canada's Venture Capital & Private Equity Association, "The award recognizes an early-stage Canadian company that has demonstrated the ability to bring innovation to market, reshaping a sector or industry in a new or unexpected way."

  • Search Engine Land - October 17, 2012

    All good marketers wonder if their online advertising campaigns are efficient. Ever wondered if you can increase conversion by decreasing engagement? This Search Engine Land article from Brian Massey outlines how he used Mirametrix’ S2 Eye Tracker to test three different types of videos to showcase how they can often be a major source of engagement as well as a distraction.