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Eyeball video game controls. For when any kind of motion is simply too taxing.

Microsoft's Kinect system is coming soon. It'll be great for when you simply can't be bothered to use a controller. But what if physical movement is out of the question?

Some engineers in Austin, Texas have figured out a way to play Super Mario Bros. with their eyes.  They put electrodes around their eyes - these electrodes track the movement of their eyeballs. Apparently, it's pretty tough to look places other than straight ahead at the screen, so no one has gotten past the first level.

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