FutureTracker| German scientists have developed software that allows humans to steer a car with their eyes. The eyeDriver software is a prototype application for steering the research vehicle Spirit of Berlin using ohly human eye movements.
Presently the software guides navigation of the car but not speed. At a fork in the road, or an intersection, the car stops and asks the driver to select the next route, requiring the helmet-wearing driver to look left or right for three seconds. The car responds, turning in the right direction. Read on at Science Daily.