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EyeAsteroids is the First Video Game Powered by Sight

By: Susan Keefe - Published: • References: slashgear & bornrich
The technological wizards from Tobii have created the world's first eye-controlled video game, entitled EyeAsteroids. If you miss those old school standup arcade games you'll be please to hear the old girls are getting a technological update. EyeAsteroid is essentially a remake of the legendary classic Asteroid, but with a few massive technical differences.

When engaged in a game of EyeAsteroids, the user can control their movements within the gamer-verse with a mere flick of the eyes. Fueled by an Intel Core 2 Quad Q8400 processor, EyeAsteroid is one heck of a machine. The innovative game made its debut at Dave and Busters in New York earlier this month, and is set to make its move to London in a few weeks. Only 50 EyeAsteroids were created and each will fetch the hefty price of $15,000 a pop, but if you live for the endless pursuit of a high score and you have the funds to cover it, how can you possibly pass this unique piece up.

Sure to make gamers everywhere salivate, the Tobii's EyeAsteroids may very well transform the way we play games. Stats for Eye-Controlled Arcade Games Trending: Older & Chilly
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