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Ditch the mouse and instead control your computer with your eyes. We tested Tobii's Gaze technology by playing a game of "Eye Asteroids" and found the product worked exactly as expected: hands free.
Windows 8 is being used as a demo platform for Gaze, a new PC eye-tracking tool. The device, which can let users control PCs with their eyes, was revealed today and will be shown at CES 2012.