Breaking News

People with disabilities want better tech and they know how to build it

Eyes flickering along the alphabet, I can “type” my name without lifting a finger. The sight-controlled keyboard following my gaze is being showcased by the Australian startup Psykinetic as part of the City of Sydney’s Unlimited Possibilities: Disability and Science Fiction Expo. Nick Temple, a software engineer at Psykinetic, guides me through the process of calibrating the system. I explode red dots on a computer screen by concentrating my gaze, so the eye tracking system…

Please click the link below to view full content:

Source – Mashable:
People with disabilities want better tech and they know how to build it

Check Also

I'll never use Apple's Face ID

The first batch of shiny new iPhone Xs is slated to ship on November 3, ...