The future is here: eye-controlled video games

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In one of those "news from the future" pieces, a report from PC World:

Waterloo Labs has come up with a way to control video games--specifically, Super Mario Bros 2 on the Nintendo Entertainment Sytem (NES) console--using only your eyes.

That's right--utilizing an eye-position-reading technique known as electro-oculography (EOG) and a custom daughter card, Waterloo Labs has figured out how to control NES with eye movement.