In a bid to improve the accessibility of Windows 10, Microsoft on Wednesday unveiled details on how it would let people control its operating system with their eyes.
The company introduced a beta version of eye control into Windows 10, which includes a launchpad that lets you choose between mouse, keyboard and text-to-speech options. Windows 10 will support the Tobii Eye Tracker 4C (with future eye-tracking cameras to come).
The move will enable people with limited or no ability to move their arms a chance to more easily use Windows 10. It’s part of a broader push by Microsoft, and the larger tech community, to make their products accessible to more people.
Microsoft talked about eye control on Tuesday, but offered more details yesterday.