Eye-controlled computers may be coming to a store near you

12/4/2012 | National Public Radio (text and audio)

Eye-controlled computers are used by people with disabilities, but the systems are on the cusp of becoming mainstream as the technology gets cheaper. "After a while, we figured out that probably the best way is to go for a mass-market approach where everybody would have this available," said Sune Alstrup Johansen of the IT University of Copenhagen.

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