Microsoft Releases Windows 10 Redstone 3 Build 16257 with Eye Control Feature
Microsoft has just rolled out a new Windows 10 preview build, and one of the most important updates is the addition of Eye Control.
Designed for people suffering from neuromuscular diseases like ALS, Eye Control enables customers to use their computer using their eyes, with simple gestures like gazing at characters on a virtual keyboard or swiping across the screen allowing to perform quick actions on the system.
Eye Control only works with dedicated eye trackers and supports the EN-US keyboard for the time being, but Microsoft says that it’s already working to make it available for more devices and languages in the coming months. In addition to the Tobii Eye Tracker 4C, which is already supported, Tobii Dynavox PCEye Mini, PCEyePlus, EyeMobile Plus, and I-series will also be supported soon, the company says.
Eye Control is being added to PC Settings > Ease of Acce… (read more)
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