Eye tracking, or gaze interaction, is a technology used to see where a person is looking on a computer screen. It can also be used to control a computer with your eyes instead of using a traditional keyboard and mouse.
Eye tracking can be used for speech generation, computer access, environmental control and wheelchair control. Find out more
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