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8/3/2012 09:01 AM EDT
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KB3001
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KB3001   8/3/2012 3:33:37 PM
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I rather think this has niche applications e.g. accessibility for disabled people.

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KB3001   8/3/2012 3:31:33 PM
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Perhaps use eye movement to indicate a password without having to press buttons...

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t.alex   8/3/2012 2:57:19 PM
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Interesting. But is the eye movement pattern unique for human? Or you are referring to some 'unlock' pattern like on android devices ?

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goafrit   8/3/2012 10:51:41 AM
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Interesting. I think Microsoft will move to partner with these guys. This is what the next Xbox was dreaming to do and Bill Gates promised for ages.

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anne-francoise.pele   8/3/2012 9:48:55 AM
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Another possible application could be design security systems based on the recognition of eye movements.

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