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eyeball movement response solitaire

I can't be clicking for hours at a time
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A program could be devised for all of us solitaire addicts who tire of the endless mouse clicks needed to move the cards . Eyeball movement can be tracked by camera, and a series of blinks would be all that is necessary to play the game without getting backaches. Yes I'm lazy. Can't you tell by my blinking and clicking? And where's that dinner I signalled for?
Rm Brz, Aug 15 2006

One of many http://www.brl.ntt....freegaze/index.html
[DrCurry, Aug 15 2006]

Eye mouse Eye mouse
Eye mouse? [zen_tom, Aug 16 2006]

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       RB: Turn the computer off NOW! Go outside, take a walk, and get some fresh air - your brain cells are dying!   

       p.s. eyeball tracking systems are quite Baked, if not widely implemented. You should be able to hook up up to your conputer, if you can summon the energy.
DrCurry, Aug 15 2006
  

       They're not dying- they're resting.
Rm Brz, Aug 15 2006
  

       You could have the computer choose which cards to move. If you did not like the choice, you could shake the mouse a little, which would mean no. Then the computer would pick something else. You could nod yes and leave the mouse alone, and the cards would move.
bungston, Aug 15 2006
  

       If the computer senses you are nodding off, it deals you more interesting cards to stimulate you.
phundug, Aug 15 2006
  

       Before my current addiction to the HB and MySpace, I was addicted to solitare and minesweeper. Ahhh, the old days before I got an internet connection...   

       That would make it easier to play. That mouse gets so tiring to move around all day.
Hunter79764, Aug 15 2006
  

       click..... click.. click.. switches to new system- blink... blink.... blink.... aaaaahhhhh!
Rm Brz, Aug 17 2006
  
      
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