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Gaze detection

Gaze detection

Eye detection is an accessibility feature that allows you to control a device with your eyes.

It is designed primarily for people with upper body disabilities.

It is a feature that determines where the user is looking, moves with their gaze, and determines if a specific movement (such as blinking) is a tap. In Windows 10, there is a feature called "Eye Control" that enables these actions by using a specific third party (a machine produced by a company other than the one that produced the device).

It can also read out text as you type, so you can communicate with people who are ill or otherwise unable to move their eyes.