Mimi Zou's Eye-Controlled Camera

#Photography

Sun, Jun 24th, 2012 21:00 by capnasty NEWS

The Dezeen website has this piece on Mimi Zou's eye-tracking camera. Looking like a lens you hold in your hands, it is capable of being controlled by blinking and squinting.

The Iris camera uses biometric technology to identify people by looking at their unique iris signatures. If the user's iris is recognised, the camera will automatically load their preferred settings -- including aperture, ISO and screen display.

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