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(Video) Using Eye Movement to Control a Mobile Phone

(Video) Using Eye Movement to Control a Mobile Phone
Innovation

DoCoMo's prototype headphones use eye movements to activate different device functions such as play, pause, volume up/down and track forwarding.

Dan Gould
  • 23 october 2009

Fresh Creation points us to a new control technology being developed by NTT DoCoMo. Their prototype headphones use eye movements to activate different device functions such as play, pause, volume up/down and track forwarding. But the unique thing here is that there is no eye tracking involved. Instead, the ear buds detect the unique never signals generated by different eye positions which each activate unique functions.

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[via Fresh Creation]

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