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Earpiece PC Controlled Via Blinks And Tongue Clicks

05
Mar
2014

Look Mom, no hands! Researchers in Japan have developed a tiny wearable computer that sits in your ear and can be controlled by blinking or tongue clicks. Mounted on an earpiece, the device uses infrared sensors to detect changes inside the ear that result from eye and mouth movements. These facial gestures trigger commands so you can use the device without lifting a finger.

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