Eye-controlled video game on display at GDC
SAN FRANCISCO (KGO) -- First there was the keyboard, and then the mouse -- but now there's a way to control computers and video games with no hands at all.
A Swedish company called Tobii has developed a sensor that emits invisible light rays to track eye movements.
The technology could have endless possibilities for gaming, and Tobii hopes it will soon be built into computer monitors, laptops and even tablets.
Watch Jonathan Bloom's report from the floor of the Game Developers Conference.
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