Tuesday, March 4, 2008

Device allows controlling iPod with eyes

Model shows the archetype of device developed for the University of Osaka, in Japan, to control one iPod only using the movement of eyelids. Sensors placed in the head detect the face movement and transmit the corresponding commands to the player of MP3.

Sensors placed in the head monitor movement of the eyes to operate device.
Blinking and movement of eyelids bind iPod and control sequence of the bands.

To close the two eyes for as binds the device and the repetition of the movement disconnect the machine. A blinking with the right eye makes iPod to pass to the next band, while one with the left eye returns to the previous song.

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