Eye Control Comes To Windows 10

Eye Control Comes To Windows 10

Microsoft is now offering eye control for Windows 10 to beta testers. This is an accessibility feature that permits the user to control the computer with eye movements. They technology supports mouse movement, clicks, and even typing. This is great news for disabled folks who cannot use a traditional keyboard and/or mouse. The support is built into the operating system, but an external eye tracking device is required.

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