Tobii Brings Gaze Interface With Windows 8 at CES 2012

By: Senduran Bhakthakumaran - Published: • References: tobii & gizmag
Much conversation has been sparked due to Windows's new attempts at computer innovation, however, critics and fanatics alike are given a chance to explore Windows 8 through a video from CES 2012 in which Tobii brings Gaze Interface to life right before- and with- the eyes.

Tobii Technology knows that eye-control is no new feat and has worked to develop a slightly unique user experience when using the Gaze Interface by developing a sequenced touch versus eye language that Windows 8 owners will be able to follow and learn to ease their transition into a new era of personal computer usage. Firstly, the icons that regular Windows users see upon their desktops today will be blown up into a tile-like format and one will now be able to toggle through the selection by swiping the touchpad or the screen. Furthermore, the screen tracks where the eyes are focused and the trackpad can be used to pinpoint exact locations.

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