This opportunity is based in Lausanne

Using FaceID Eye Tracking in application (Master Thesis)


With the release of iPhone X in 2017, Apple introduced the revolutionary TrueDepth camera which is used for face recognition to unlock its device and also available through ARKit for custom development.

In mid-2018, Apple released ARKit2, a new version of the AR module bringing new features linked to the TrueDepth camera allowing eye tracking.


Being able to track where a person is looking on the screen opens large areas of experience that can benefit for many users and use cases. This feature could be useful to compare efficiency of 2 interface design (AB testing), to measure user friendliness of an application and even to interact with phone only using his eyes, allowing new way of using applications for disabled users or for users in environment not suited for hand interaction.

In this role

For this internship, we will ask you to design & develop an iOS library, relying on ARKit2, which can provide such features in any application. This will allow quick integration of eye tracking abilities to any new application.



  • Analysis & research of current solution provided on the market
  • Understand the key success factors of such eye tracking technology
  • Choose which use cases to work on, identify matching real business needs linked to them.
  • Design and develop a mobile application integrating eye tracking technology illustrated through the different use cases.

What we offer

You will join our team of mobile developers, with the support of our UX team. You will work in a stimulating and highly skilled environment.

About your profile

  • Software engineering and programming,
  • iOS Mobile development knowledge
  • Interest and experience in augmented reality is a plus
  • Sensibility to User Experience and front-end design

If you are INTERESTED in applying for this position, please send us your complete application (CV, cover letter, letter of reference, diplomas and certificates).

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