Loc: New Hampshire
I've been playing with this idea of bio feedback for a mouse control for quite awhile now. Basically, you hold the mouse up to your eye (optical mouse only of course) and it picks up the your eye movements and moves the cursor around the screen.<br><br>It's still in the early beta stage, but it will be cool to be able to point and click just by looking at the screen someday. I think this will be the next best thing since the invention of the mouse itself.<br><br>If you want to give it a try I have a small application that moves a red square around. Takes a little practice (you might have to hold the mouse to your eye for a least 30 seconds before it self-adjusts to the environment). If the mouse light starts blinking and stops it's getting closer to the final value.<br><br>More instructions on the app itself.<br><br>Enjoy!<br><br>http://xtralean.net/hagen/biomouse.app.sit<br><br>ps - feel free to pass this app onto anyone you know!<br><br>[color:blue]All your sock puppets are belong to us</font color=blue><P ID="edit"><FONT SIZE=-1><EM>Edited by JonnyCat on 01/29/04 01:21 PM (server time).</EM></FONT></P>
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well..this tipped me off:<br><br><blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>JC said:<br>Basically, you hold the mouse up to your eye (optical mouse only of course) <p><hr></blockquote><p>I think that would cause eye damage, but I'm no doctor.<br><br><br>
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