Waterloo Labs has devised a way to play NES games using eye movements. Simply put, it's pretty awesome. Their custom-made setup uses electrodes and a bunch of technical stuff I cannot begin to understand to amplify and redirect the signal to the console.
This is clearly a fun project, but there's much more serious potential for it when you begin to think about disabled gamers, and how the concept could be adapted for them.
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