Eye-tracking Technology is About to Get a Whole Lot Cheaper
(from New Mobility Magazine)
Ever heard of a functional eye-tracking device for $149? Neither had we. But thanks to a collaboration between Microsoft and Tobii, eye-tracking support will soon be available in Windows 10, and you’ll be able to have Tobii’s Eye Tracker 4c operate a PC keyboard and mouse with your eyes, effecctively reducing the price of these invaluable systems by thousands of dollars.
To enroll to test and give feedback, contact Microsoft’s Windows Insider Program.
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