At CeaTec 2012 this week Fujitsu has been showcasing a new technology that tracks a persons eyes whilst they are using the interfaces on tablets and desktop PCs.
Providing a more accurate and user friendly end experience for the users whilst navigating the applications on the systems, without the need for a mouse or keyboard.
The Verge website has been lucky enough to take the new tablet eye-tracking user interface for a test drive and recorded their experience in the video below, for all to see. Fujitsu has installed the new eye-tracking software on a desktop computers and used a Google maps demonstration to show how easy it is to navigate around, using only your eyes.
The eye-tracking technology is still in its early developments stage at the moment so don’t expect to see it arriving on system any time soon.
Source: VergeFiled Under: Technology News, Top News