Play Video Games With Just the Movements of Your Eyes


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Waterloo Labs states that different parts of the human eye have different electrical charges. Align electrodes with those movements and you can measure them with an electro-oculogram. These signals can then be translated into commands in a NES. Then it's a simple matter of inserting the Super Mario Bros. cartridge.

via Popular Science | Official Website

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