Windows 10 New Update In Fall To Feature Eye Control Capabilities
The most recent update for Windows 10 was released on August 8, 2017. After the Creators Update was made public, lots of patches have been created to cater to major and minor issues, including bug fixes and security patches.
The upcoming Windows 10 Fall Creators Update will allow users to control the computer just by using their eyes. According to sources, the Redmond-based company is set to include eye-tracking features. In fact, it has been included in the latest beta built of the Windows Insider.
This was dubbed the Eye Control, designed to enable people with disabilities to control PCs with an on-screen keyboard, mouse, and text-to-speech features. Thus, users need to have a compatible eye tracker to test out its functionality, such as the Tobii Eye Tracker 4C.
According to Microsoft, the Eye Control technology only supports U.S. English onscreen keyboard as of now, but they are doing everything to make it available for everybody soon. When this new feature will be switched on, users will be able to form words by using the first and last character of the word, and just glance at the those letters in the middle. You simply have to dwell in the characters you wanted to type and allow the software to take care of the rest.
A hint of the word you are trying to build will be provided by the OS at the last key of the word. You might as well choose another alternative prediction if the word you are trying to make is incorrect. The software giant said that it is currently working on the added hardware to give customers a wider set of options for the Eye Control feature.
The Windows 10 update will be arriving in the fall of 2017, which is closer than you can imagine.