Microsoft Reportedly Working Onto An Eye Tracking Technology For Windows 10: Although there are much more news & takings that are under fire for Microsoft regarding the Windows Phone in the mean time we have brought to you some really interesting report from Microsoft. According to it currently, the brand is working to build an Eye tracking device to record another remarkable achievement in the accessibility features thus adding on to the Windows 10 using devices. At present, it is being called an Eye control & according to Microsoft, the feature is already under testing phase & available for the Windows Insiders.
Microsoft All Ready To Bring An Eye Tracking Technology For Windows 10
This feature from Microsoft will be using the Tobii Eye Tracker 4C which will be able to have a track on where a person is looking at on the screen. And while doing so the user will be able to navigate through the OS using only their grazing abilities. That sounds amazing but you should know that at present, Tobii tracker is the only one supported so, Microsoft is also working to support the others present in the market.
Some more about the technology would include the basis of the control & you will be surprised to know that the basis of Eye control was initially developed as a part of a Hackathon in 2014 & that too as a way for people with ALS to drive a wheelchair while using the movement of their eyes & also the controls on any surface. And that was taken as an inspiration by Microsoft to adopt the Eye Tracking Technology with Windows 10 as an accessibility feature in future.
You will not have to wait for much time to try the amazing new feature being build up at Microsoft if you are a Windows Insider. The feature can be tested with the latest Insider builds available, provided that the user must have an access to the Tobii Eye Tracker 4C. Most respectfully the feature will be launching & will be made available with the Fall Creators Update as a Public beta update. Although the Fall Creators update will also bring with it numerous other accessibility improved features like the narrator & reading-writing assisting tools, but the Eye Tracking Tech will be an interesting one to have an Eye on.