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Eye-Controlled GUI Interaction?

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http://www.engadget.com/2006/10/03/e...i-coming-soon/

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German researchers have developed a system called Eye-Controlled Interaction or EYCIN, that would allow users to control the PC with their eyes. It still needs to be perfected but still pretty cool.

The Eye-Controlled Interaction (EYCIN) system, developed at the Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Engineering in Stuttgart, could lead to software applications for disabled people, or professionals, such as maintenance technicians or chefs, who need both hands free to carry out their work while accessing information.
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Imagine the workout your eyes would get playing a first person shooter. Heh, wink to reload
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Interesting concept. A whole new realm of vitual reality.
    
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I wonder if this will actually develop anytime soon..
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