Friday, May 09, 2008Electrical eyeballs controlling our gadgets
The field of disability aids has seen many devices controlled by computers that visually track the eye movements of paralysed people, but none that reads the electricity given off by swiveling eyeballs.
Wednesday, March 05, 2008Sexing-up obscures really useful stuff in favour of cheap headlines
Call us cynical, but it’s a sad world when a researcher has to sex up his work by linking it to ‘cool’ things like iPods before it gets any press attention.
Monday, August 13, 2007Researchers use tooth power to control gadgets
Compulsive tooth grinders might want to look away now if they don’t wish to be reminded of their headache-inducing torment, for Osaka University in Japan has come up with a human-machine interface that is controlled by grinding the molars together.
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