Tobii Rex's Windows 8 eye-controller Video
Tobii Rex's Windows 8 eye-controller Video Transcript
-Hi, I'm Seth Rosenblatt for CNET. I'm here at C.E.S. 2013, and were taking a look at the Tobii Rex, which is a hardware dongle that lets you control your Windows 8 computer using just your eyes. It's really revolutionary. There's nothing quite like it on the market, and one of the very cool things about it is that it lets you open e-mails, navigate the web, open apps, zooming on maps, all those standard things you would be doing on your computer you can do just using your eyes and 1 or 2 keys from the keyboard or your scroll wheel from your mouse. It's really revolutionary way to interact with the computer, and as I mentioned, there's nothing else quite like this. Tobii is also building a developers kit so that you can build your own apps to control your Windows 8 computer using just your eyes. For CNET, I'm Seth Rosenblatt.
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