Computers would be much more powerful if they had even a small fraction of the perceptual ability of animals or humans This technology is an alternative to the mouse and keyboard
This eye tracking technology is also called as “BLUE EYES” technology It has the ability to gather information about you and interact with you through special techniques like facial recognition, speech recognition, etc
The "BLUE EYES" technology aims at creating computational machines that have perceptual and sensory ability like those of human beings. It uses non-obtrusige sensing method, employing most modern video cameras and microphones to identifies the users actions through the use of imparted sensory abilities
This technology works with a software called EyePoint that works with standard eye- tracking hardware EyePointhardware The software uses an approach that requires that a person look at a Web link, for instance, and hold a "hot key" on the keyboard as she is looking
The area of the screen that's being looked at becomes magnified Then, the person pinpoints her focus within the magnified region and releases the hot key, effectively clicking through to the link.
Pointing and Selection Application On Switching Scrolling And Panning Security And Utilities
If you want to pagedown a word document paper then just look at the point from which you want to down the page.
Eye Saver™ turns on the screen saver when a user looks away from the screen and automatically turns off the screensaver when the user looks back at the screen.
Eye Point might work poorly for certain people, such as those with thick glasses, special contact lenses, or lazy eyes. We have strained our eyes enough by working before the computer screen for 8 hours daily. I hope this eye-mouse is not a new way to develop Eye-Type. Using eye as tracking will increasingly force our eyes work harder. People's performance dropped when he implemented a blue dot that followed their eyes
By this we conclude that in near future it will dominate the other technologies. In Future the ordinary household devices such as televisions, refrigerators, and ovens may be able to do their jobs when we look at them and speak to them.