Olympus patent uses eye’s position and adjustable aspect ratio to frame pictures

The idea behind this patent filed by Olympus is that the photographer can easily adjust the aspect ratio of the viewfinder with an adjustable frame:

In addition, the patent suggest an eye detection device on the back of the camera that will follow the photographer's eyes (similar to the current blink-detection technology) and will make the necessary adjustment when the camera is tilted in order to capture exactly what the photographer intended:

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