EyeDriver Technology Lets You Steer a Car with Your Eyes


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SensoMotoric and the Free University of Berlin have developed a technology that allows a person to steer a car by moving his eyes. A camera tracks the eyes' movements and a computer uses this data to direct the car's steering column. The above video shows a car and driver set up with the gadgetry maneuvering around Tempelhof Airport.

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Easy, anony-mouse, just play the movie The Losers on the built-in television screen. Your eyes will roll so much the camera will provide a rear view.
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I agree with how stupid this invention is. When I am driving, I am looking forward, as well as in my rear-view mirrors and to the edge of the road (to look for woodland creatures that may be feeling suicidal), glancing at my speedometer or clock, etc. How is this invention going to react to these eye movements? And what happens if I glance at the person riding shotgun? Will the car veer sharply to the right then roll?
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