Microsoft is developing tech that would let users write with their eyes, a huge win for accessibility

Microsoft published a new patent for a device called the Eye-Gaze, which would allow users to communicate and interact with electronic devices without the use of hands and fingers for typing. This could potentially be a great technology for accessibility purposes.It uses what’s referred to as ‘dwell-free’ technology, which means that typing is done by using eye movements with keys on a screen. The ‘dwell-free’ namesake comes from the fact that the user wouldn’t have to maintain or ‘dwell’

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