The latest wave of Windows 8 ultrabooks blend keyboards, mice, and touchscreen gestures into a (theoretically) seamless experience. But even with touch as an input option, accessibility remains an issue for people with limited mobility, or those who suffer from long-term repetitive stress injuries. A prototype ultrabook from Tobii and Synaptics shows what the solution to those problems looks like: a notebook that uses a built-in eye-tracking system to register input, as well as a pressure-sen...


http://www.wired.com/gadgetlab/2013/07/eye-tracking-laptop-prototype

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