Apr 5, 2010

Students work out an eye-controlled gaming solution for Atari Pong

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A group of undergrad students from the Imperial College of London under the guidance of Dr Aldo Faisal have worked out an eye-controlled gaming solution to play the Atari Pong video game. Courtesy off-the-shelf tools, the students have fixed an infra-red sensor and a webcam to a pair of glasses which track eye-movement in sync with the laptop which further translates the movement into command, good enough to control the game paddle on screen via eye-movement alone. This isn’t the first case of eye-controlled tech, and by gaming standards and the quality of games we play, this may just seem crap. But give it up to the gamers with limited abilities playing their hearts out with this technology. The creator’s of the technology wish to make it available online so anyone can use it to build new applications and games with it, and if this can actually pull big then, who knows even we are in for something more serious here. Read on to check out the video.

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I'm Balaji Wishvam, an engineering student in Tamilnadu, India. I'm but interested in arts and animation a lot.I’m more interested in PHOTOGRAPHY a lot… I’ve shifting thoughts and got some interest in Technology too particularly in innovative gadgets, robotics, quantum physics, etc.
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