Motion control might not be great for precise gaming, but that doesn't mean that everything you do needs to be controlled by your hands. SteelSeries just announced its new eye-tracking Sentry, that watches where you're looking to help you get better at games.
Tobii's eye-tracking tech could be what frees us from keyboards and mice, but what if your eyeballs could replace your remote control, too? Haier, of all companies, is trying to make it happen. It's almost superhuman.
For better or worse, CES Unveiled is a thing. We actually find it terribly convenient—dozens of gadgetmakers under one roof. And we found some cool stuff too. Huzzah! We braved the throngs and fried-food-vapors for you, my dears. Here's the best stuff we saw:Second screening is what executives like…
We checked out Tobii last year, and it was pretty rough around the edges—just a prototype. But now the eye-control tech wizards at Tobii are back with a polished product, and I feel like I'm in Star Trek.
When we tried out a prototype of Tobii's eye controller this time last year, it made us believe in technology again. Unlike many prototypes, though, it's now a real thing.
Do you remember Tobii, the company that promised to make Windows 8 desktops viable with intuitive eye-control technology that actually works?
Now they want to bring it to their own C12 Windows tablet because, well, who knows. It's a pretty stupid idea.
Windows 8 has a gorgeous Metro and finger friendly swipe-y interface that's perfectly fine but so 2011. All I want in my life in 2012 is Tobii, a company that's made the future possible: you control Windows 8 with your eyes. Seriously, it knows exactly what you're looking at when you're looking at it. It's…
Touching a screen is so tiring. I don't want to move my hands: there must be an easier way to launch Angry Birds. Can't I just look at an app to launch it? Wait, I can? Wow.
Instead of flailing your arms and legs, or wielding a motion sensing controller, Tobii Technology thinks gaming would be a bit more civilized and effective if players used their eyes. The company specializes in eye tracking and control systems, and created the Eye Asteroids arcade game as a way to show how its…
Bog-standard, boring laptop this may look like, but it's actually got a really novel twist. Using Tobii's eye-control technology, the Lenovo laptop can scroll through websites and documents, and even select items, just through the power of the user's eyesight.