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Tobii Releases Eye-Controlled Mouse For PCs

April 5th, 2011 04:50 admin Leave a comment Go to comments

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Zothecula writes “Sweden’s eye tracking and control innovator Tobii has announced the release of a stand-alone eye control device called PCEye. Like the laptop-based prototype system demonstrated at CeBIT last month, the device tracks eye movement and translates it into mouse cursor action onscreen. Positioned in front of a PC monitor and connected via USB, the company says that the technology is compatible with a wide range of software and has been primarily designed to improve computer interactivity for users with impaired motor skills, such as stroke victims.” The estimated price range is around $7k, so yeah. Start saving your pennies for something cooler.

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