As you may know, the Aidis Trust has been running a project called Everyone Can Game, which aims to help disabled people to become involved in gaming. As a part of which, there have been gaming days to get disabled children playing games in an accessible way. Well, I thought it might be a good opportunity to catch up on how things are going as well as talk all things gaming with one of the project’s volunteers.
Posts Tagged ‘eye tracking’
Following on from my blog about Virtual Reality headsets, I’ve recently found out about a new headset called the HoloLens. It’s Microsoft’s new holographic projection headset, that is designed for Windows 10 (don’t ask me what happened to 9!). I wanted to look at its uses and see if there were any positives or negatives for disabled people.
Eye tracking (also known as Eye Gaze) technology, is something that wouldn’t have looked out of place in a science fiction movie a few years ago. Now fiction has become reality, though there are mixed views and reviews surrounding both its suitability and its uses.