I'd actually like to know more about the eye-gaze technology. That is a beautiful thing for handicapped gamers, but I also wouldn't mind seeing that technology adapted for the general public. I could totally "see" myself enjoying something like this. It's a very intriguing idea
Amazing projects! Eye gaze can help temporarily disabled people communicate what is so important in recovery. And for the permanently disabled eye tracking it's a must-have to communicate with medics and family and even play games, that's amazing.
Following Stargaze's use of teleptesent robots and eye-gaze technology I'm excited to see how they could possibly integrate technology related to augmented and virtual reality? The technological overlap is there. Every year VR becomes more and more accessible. It would be nice to give bed ridden patients the oppurtunity to explore new virtual environments.
The eye movement tracking technology would be amazing. Great to see advancements in this space in enriching the gaming experience to the max. It creates a more human experience in technology, allowing everyone to enjoy gaming equally without barriers.