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  • Control a video game with your eyes
  • Control a video game with your eyes
    Ben Andreas Harding (2012) ©

Control a video game with your eyes

Video games are appealing because players are able to lose themselves in a different world. Developers are constantly looking for new ways to blur the line between fantasy and reality, so as technology becomes ever more intuitive to players' natural movements, the future of gaming is all about interface. 



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