Yes folks, those crazy cats from Japan are at it again. The home of the robotic toilet, Takeshi's Castle and, um, the Japanese, is now proud to announce revolutionary new technology that could have us all blinking like idiots. Apparently the school of enginnering science at Osaka university is responsible for this new system, which is able to detect via infra red sensors the movement our temples make when we blink or wink. The idea is to build said technology into glasses perhaps, so that with a simple wink of the eye, you could turn the telly on.
It's likely to be seen in commercial products in a couple of years time, according to reports, but sadly no plans to use it in an enterprise IT context. Sneak reckons it's just as well too; your staff would probably go blind if they had to operate enterprise software throught the medium of winking.
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