We take many things for granted until we no longer have use of them. Chances are you’ve never imagined what life would be like without the use of your hands. No more sending a quick text, handshakes, typing out an email, and the list goes on and on. It can take away a lot of your independence, but thanks to technology, those who are disabled don’t have to feel as though they are completely left out.
The Tobii PCEye Go is an eye-tracking device that turns your gaze into mouse clicks. Blinking or dwelling in one spot long enough will indicate your intentions, and as it is a separate part, it won’t overload your computer. All you would need to do is download the software, and plug it in to a single USB port. Of course, something like this never comes cheap, so the $3,021 price tag shouldn’t be terribly surprising. While this is meant for those who are disabled, you’ve got to know that someone is lazy enough to get this for home use.