The latest “Insider Preview” of “Windows 10” will include user-eye operation.
Information had already been released that Microsoft is working with “Tobii” in order a “Windows 10” operating system computer to support the user’s eye-control.
In the “Insider Preview” made available to developers, and in particular “Build 16257”, “Eye Control” feature will be compatible with the “Tobii Eye Tracker 4C”, the specialized hardware that supports eye operation.
In future “Windows 10”, a special launchpad will be displayed on the computer screen, which will accept the user’s commands, depending on the movement of his eyes, creating a virtual mouse, which is expected to enable computers —but also other “Windows 10” devices in the future— to be operated by people with mobility problems.
The idea for “Eye Control” in “Windows 10” came from a “Hackathon” that took place at the initiative of the former NFL player, Steve Gleason, who is pinned in a wheelchair because of an “ALS” —a degenerative neurological disorder, makes it impossible the human muscles to move, leaving only the eyes in motion— a disease that Stephen Hawking suffers from also.
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