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Look At Your Computer Screen To Activate Commands With Tobii Gaze

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Tobii Technology has introduced the Tobii Gaze interface for Windows 8 at the 2012 CES. The Tobii Gaze interface uses a combination of eye gaze and touch pad to enable all seven primary touch commands of Windows 8 (e.g., activate, select, zoom, scroll, etc.). The Tobii Gaze interface utilizes eye tracking technology for pointing and the touch pad for giving commands and fine-tuning when necessary.

“Pointing at something by looking at it is intuitive, natural and immediate. Using a mouse to do the same thing is less so, as it involves an intermediate step of moving a mouse-pointer around,” says Henrik Eskilsson, CEO and co-founder, Tobii Technology.

You can watch a demo of the Gaze Interface here.

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