The Eyes Have It

An aluminum foundry takes a deeper look into the process of pouring molten metal, using eye-tracking technology to inform its safety practices and training methods

Some visions of the future lose sight of the present, focusing almost entirely on the potential for automation, robotics, and information technology to optimize performances and systems that are vulnerable to human inconsistency. Future manufacturing will be clean, quiet, and continuous, it is implied. No stress, no disruption.

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