Monday, March 03, 2008

Device may allow users to control electronics with their eyes

The Apple Store in Tokyo. A Japanese researcher says he has developed a system that will soon let people run their iPods with the flick of an eye
A Japanese researcher has invented a system known as the Kome Kami Switch that will allow people with disabilities to control their iPods based on eye movement. The switch could also be used to control televisions, lights and other common electronics, the developer says. Yahoo!/Agence France-Presse

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