Not just a novelty app, Hawkeye Access was designed to let you use eye and face movements to control your iOS device hands-free. For people with motor impairments, you can simply browse any website using eye control, or even dictate searches and open popular websites right from the home page. Continue reading for another video and more information.
Hawkeye Access lets you control your iOS device using your eyes. Browse any website, hands-free, all through eye movements. Available now on the App Store! https://t.co/GGq4Xs9BMRpic.twitter.com/o9tc20mqrQ
— Matt Moss (@thefuturematt) October 24, 2018
“Matt Moss, CEO of Hawkeye Labs (and current student at the University of California at Santa Barbara) got excited about eye-tracking technology last year while attending Apple’s developer event. The most common response he received on Twitter was how impactful this technology could be for people with motor impairments. He received countless messages from people with disabilities and their family members who were excited about the technology,” reports Venture Beat.