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Windows 8 Meets Eye-Tracking At CES 2012
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1/21/2012 | 8:25:29 PM
re: Windows 8 Meets Eye-Tracking At CES 2012
I have to be honest. Thisn++ "clicking" while you're looking at something as a replacement for clicking normally is bad. You are breaking the connection between the virtual world and reality by using your outside sense of sight to control the inner action of touch. When the mouse is moved toward the location you are looking, it should get closer to that point. This would eliminate the need for hand eye coordination. This would fix the disconnect, and I'd LOVE Windows 8! It would be like having your finger on the page pointing to every word.


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