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11/4/2010 03:00 PM EDT
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Sanjib.A   11/6/2010 6:44:35 PM
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As I knew Stephen Hawking was using the limited movement of his cheek detected by an IR sensor or similar device and then translated by a voice synthesizer. This is not a long term solution, as Hawking’s ability to control his facial movement continues to decrease. It is great if he can use this Eye Tracking technology. I feel more than gaming, this technology is going to help many of the people suffering from similar kind of disabilities.

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