Eye control by earphones

NTT DoCoMo has come up with prototype earphones that can detect eye movements — without a camera — and send commands to phones, media players, etc.  Your eye-rolling teen may just be doing homework.  If this gets commercialized, people with extremely impaired dexterity may have a new, low-cost option for computer input, environmental control, and more.

Eye-controlled earphones let you pick up phone calls with a glance

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