Tobii: Eye tracking system knows just how pervy John Biggs really is

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Swedish-based Tobii had their unique eye tracking system on display at CeBIT and I have to say that it’s probably one of the coolest things we’ve seen so far. Per Nystedt was nice enough to take us through a relatively thorough walkthrough of what the system is capable of. The sensors you see blinking like crazy are only being picked up by our Samsung HMX10C, but rest assured you won’t see them if you ever get the chance to interact with a Tobii system. After all, you may have an epileptic seizure if that were the case. The usefulness of such a machine helps those with disabilities who may otherwise not be able to communicate. Watch the video and be amazed. You’ll see just how perverse John Biggs really is around the 2:00 mark.

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