Eyeball trackball reduces schlerical error

This prototype from Lund University (Sweden) claims to improve the accuracy of eye gaze control.  It supplements the pupil-detecting camera input with the reflections from 2 infrared LEDs that help identify the location and range of the eyeball surfaces.  The whole package would be placed directly below the user’s monitor.  Another step in the path away from the keyboard-mouse axis of evil (for those who have difficulty operating keyboards and/or mice, natch).

Video: NeoVisus Gaze prototype enables handsfree computer control – Engadget

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