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sksinghsanjeet

Use your Eye balls movement to control Mouse Pointer in Windows 8

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As expected, the time has come when we will get one or the other Windows 8 updates rapidly. Trust me friends after getting this update, I completely agree that Windows 8 is a concept that goes beyond our imagination and will surely bring a sphere of evolution in the technology.

The update involves a controller developed for Microsoft, a new-fangled feature that lets you to use your eye ball for controlling the mouse pointer as the Windows 8 is a touch based operating system. The feature is very easy to use, as to control your cursor movements you will make use of your eye balls and to substitute for a mouse-click you just need to blink and you are done.

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jaclaz    943

Well, you could well link to the actual source:

http://www.windowslifestyle.com/eye-balls-movement-control-mouse-pointer-windows-8/

instead of making people go to the "generic" blog and find the specific post.

This sentence makes NO sense however:

a new-fangled feature that lets you to use your eye ball for controlling the mouse pointer as the Windows 8 is a touch based operating system.

You won't touch anything with your eye-balls, hopefully :whistle:

The "new, innovative eye-tracking technology" can be obviously applied to any OS, not necessarily Windows 8, and as a matter of fact the company that makes them aims also to embedded/custom systems, including industry and automotive.

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