The eyes have it?

Eyegaze control has been around the accessibility world for a long time, allowing cursor control by tracking iris movement (not brainwave activity, as the source article suggests). Here it’s popping up as an in-development mainstream way of cell phone and MP3 player control, which of course feeds back into the realm of possibilities for people with dexterity disabilities. One question: if the caller ID shows the number of someone you loathe, will rolling your eyes flummox the system?

Crunchgear: The cell phone of the future could be controlled with your eyes

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