University Students Create Eye-Tracking Tablet That’s Also Affordable
There hasn’t been much computer-based technology designed for disabled users out in the market today, and of what few there are out there, they normally have a hefty price tag attached. Thanks to a group of engineering students at Bingham Young University, an affordable eye-tracking tablet is now out on the market and is intended to sell internationally, especially to places where technology of the like is quite unaffordable. The tablet runs Windows 7 as its OS, and it allows the user to control functions through a flick of the eye. The tablet sells for USD$1,500 and was developed in partnership with EyeTech Digital Systems who will be responsible for selling the tablet. Extra image after the break.