Most laptops don't offer touch functionality, and even when they do - touching a vertical surface is both tiresome and awkward - Gaze from Tobii controls onscreen activity using eye tracking and a multi-touch trackpad
Tobii introduced and demonstrated its latest eye control technology, called Gaze, at last week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas
A user can activate an onscreen app by looking at the Metro tile icon and then use the trackpad for more precise control of the onscreen cursor - to activate smaller icons like links on a web page, for instance
Tobii Gaze for Windows 8 being demonstrated at CES 2012
Eye control innovator Tobii introduced and demonstrated its latest eye control technology at last week's Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas. The Gaze interface for Windows 8 is said to take advantage of the operating system's large tile layout to offer users a superior interaction experience, that neither touch nor mouse alone can provide.
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