PC eye-control for severely disabled

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    Award-winning Spanish technology that lets severely disabled people control a computer using eye movement could soon be available in the UK.
    The Iriscom, which emulates mouse movement by tracking the iris, is already on sale in Spanish-speaking countries and Portugal. Iriscom moves the mouse pointer by tracking a person's eye movement and mouse clicks are performed by blinking. It also has an on-screen keyboard so users can input text.

    It can be used by anyone who has control of one eye, including people wearing glasses or contact lenses.

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