[games_access] Article: Eyeball-Controlled Pong Could Be Breakthrough for Disabled Gamers

Barrie Ellis oneswitch at googlemail.com
Mon Mar 29 02:30:04 EDT 2010

Thanks Sheri! Seems to be some pretty ignorant comments in that article (what a surprise!). It's also far from new news on making eye-trackers work for cheap money. What would be big news is if the cheap eye-tracker can cope with head-movements and people who don't like to wear a head-set.

Here's some more on eye-trackers for games:

http://www.gamebase.info/magazine/category/18531 - SpecialEffect's growing list of Eye Tracker compatible games in their Accessible GameBase.
http://www.gamebase.info/videos.html - SpecialEffect videos - including FIFA and a 3D car race game adapted for eye tracker play.
http://switchgaming.blogspot.com/search/label/eye%20trackers My blog's list of bits and bobs on Eye Tracker games (loads in there including House of the Dead, an adapted Nintendo Wii if a bit limited and more).

Free Eye Tracker: http://switchgaming.blogspot.com/2009/03/myeye-project-free-eye-tracker.html


From: Sheri Rubin
Sent: Sunday, March 28, 2010 9:17 PM
To: games_access at igda.org
Subject: [games_access] Article: Eyeball-Controlled Pong Could Be Breakthrough for Disabled Gamers

Eyeball-Controlled Pong Could Be Breakthrough for Disabled Gamers

"Engineering students in London have developed a controller that enables eye-controlled movements in a video game, signaling the possibility someday for people with severe physical disabilities to enjoy video games for the first time."


Sheri Rubin
Founder and CEO

Design Direct Deliver
Website: http://www.designdirectdeliver.com
Email: sheri at designdirectdeliver.com


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