"it uses 40 less power."
40 percent? 40 watts? 40 gigawatts?
I like the possibilities for handicapped people with this technology.
This is the kind of story that I love to see. The kind of technology that I enjoy hearing about.
Dogs are great judges of character, and if your dog doesn't like somebody being around, you shouldn't trust them.
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It sounds like similar technology to having Kinect built into a laptop computer. Very neat stuff and I could see all kinds of uses for eye tracking.
Yes Omega I see all kinds of uses as well for everyone including the blind and or handicapped. I personally am legally deaf which means I am 100% deaf in my right ear and 80% deaf (for me personally that's not a definition of legally deaf) in my left ear. I use a hearing aid which helps immensely and it is unidirectional as well as internal in my left ear. There is a lot of development in these fields that are generally not notated as least by the public. However; many of the things that come from these developments have functionality that can be used across a very large amount of applications.
rapid1:I personally am legally deaf which means I am 100% deaf in my right ear and 80% deaf (for me personally that's not a definition of legally deaf) in my left ear.
Is this the result of the bad night you had on that bridge? (years ago?)
Looking forward to a eye controlled mouse :D
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