The Hawkeye Access browser app is a new ARKit-based solution for the iPhone that works to give those with physical impairments better control over their smartphone experience.
Using eye-tracking capabilities, the app allows users to browse using their eyes rather than requiring constant taps to navigate around the digital environment. Buttons and apps can be activated by simply holding your gaze at them, blinking or smiling, while search queries can be made using voice control.
The Hawkeye Access browser app boasts an intuitive interface that makes the most of the devices latest technology functionalities, while also making it far simpler for users to navigate through their most used utilities. The app is free to use and identifies how we could see smartphone navigation change in the near future.