Windows Eye Control lets disabled control mouse & keyboard
Eye Control, a new feature in Windows 10 O lets people with disabilities control their personal computer using just their eye.
This will bring the Microsoft operating system to thousands of people who struggle with technology. The eye tracker lets users use an on-screen mouse, keyboard, and text-to-speech to work around disabilities.
Microsoft developed this technology in response to a challenge from former football player Steve Gleason who has a condition where he is unable to speak, move or breathe without a respirator.
Microsoft then came up with the Ability EyeGaze wheelchair, which allowed him to drive his chair with a look at his Surface device. This led to more innovations using the potential of eye tracking technology.