Experimental Windows tablet delivers first-ever eyeball-controlled UI

By on August 20, 2012 at 1:05 PM.

Experimental Windows tablet delivers first-ever eyeball-controlled UI

Windows Tablet Eye-Controlled Interface

Touch displays are so last decade — real cutting-edge techies just use their eyes to run their tablets. Or at least, that’s what Swedish company Tobii is hoping will happen with its new C12, a Windows-based tablet that features an eye-controlled user interface. Wireless Goodness reports that “users can control the C12’s pointer by simply moving their eyes and clicks are performed by blinking” and that the tablet also allows “multiple users to calibrate their eye movements for the C12.” The tablet has just received approval from the Federal Communications Commission, although no pricing or availability information is available yet. More →

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