Tobii and Lenovo work together to create the world's first laptop that can be controlled with eye gestures.

Tobii Technology, hailed as the “world leader in eye tracking and eye control,” has teamed up with Lenovo to create the world's first laptop equipped with an integrated eye-tracking control system.

The system is expected to perform specific functions based on the direction of the user's eyes. For instance, if a user looks to the bottom left of the screen, a control menu would pop up.

The device was released at CeBIT in Germany yesterday.



[via Crunch Gear]

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