Fujitsu Windows 8 PC uses eye movement for hands-free navigation
Fujitsu has unveiled a Windows 8 PC that can be navigated using the movement of your eyes.
With so many Windows 8 laptops, tablets and PCs being revealed ahead of the 26 October launch, it’s becoming increasingly important for manufacturers to have some kind of standout feature.
Thankfully the Esprimo Fujitsu FH98/JD PC does just that, utilising an eye-tracking sensor to monitor the movement of your peepers. Users will be able to move the screen from left to right or scroll up and down depending on how they roll their eyes.
We’ll reserve judgement until we’ve actually tried it out, but it’s an innovative way of moving around the Windows 8 user interface.
As it's a Windows 8 PC you won’t be surprised to hear that its screen features a touch panel display, should you tire of moving your eyes in various directions.
Audiophiles will be pleased to hear (pun only partially intended) that the Fujitsu FH98/JD PC also comes with high-quality Pioneer speakers.
No word on the pricing of the Fujitsu Esprimo FH98/JD, but the manufacturer has announced it will be ready to purchase come Windows 8 launch day on 26 October.