If using your thumbs to use your smartphone is simply too much sometimes, you’re in luck: thanks to some nifty newly discovered technology, all you need to control your iPhone is your eyes.
Matt Moss was attending Apple’s WWDC as a scholarship student, reports Mashable, when he realized that there were many opportunities to be had with ARKit 2. He noticed one quality in particular. “I saw that ARKit 2 introduced eye tracking and quickly wondered if it’s precise enough to determine where on the screen a user is looking,” he explained to Mashable over a Twitter direct message. “Initially, I started to build the demo to see if this level of eye tracking was even possible.”
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