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Samsung introduced a computer mouse, controlled by eye movements
The South Korean concern Samsung Electronics has developed a new computer mouse that allows people with disabilities to edit documents and control navigation using eye movements, a company blog said today.
The new EYECAN + device does not require additional accessories from users such as glasses. The EYECAN + portable unit is installed under the monitor and begins to work, adjusting to the "commands" of the owner's eyes and memorizing their characteristics - the message says.
The EYECAN + interface is a pop-up menu that contains 18 different commands that you can select by directing your eyes and blinking at them once. Among the commands that can be used in this way: "copy", "paste", "scroll", "increase" and others.
The company notes that the creation of a "mouse for the eyes" is not commercial. Samsung will collect a limited number of these devices to donate to charities. However, the technology and design of EYECAN + will soon be made publicly available, allowing those who wish to produce them for sale.
Samsung introduced the first generation "eye mouse" - EYECAN - in 2012. However, compared to its predecessor, the new device has significantly improved characteristics.