A wearable with eye-tracking technology? It doesn't sound so far-fetched thanks to this prototype from The Eye Tribe.
Earlier demos were done on Android tablets, but the software company showed off a proof of concept using a modified Samsung Galaxy Note II to demo its eye-tracking software at Showstoppers.
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A maker of eye-tracking software for Android smartphones and tablets, The Eye Tribe will release an SDK for developers starting in June.