SpecialEffect Releases ‘EyeMine’ Software That Lets You Play Minecraft with Your Eyes
Author: Sam Tree | Posted: 17 April 2018, 11:55

UK-based charity SpecialEffect has today released their unique open-source software called EyeMine, which allows gamers and non-gamers alike with severe physical difficulties to play the PC version of Minecraft with just their eyes!

The software works with a number of eye-trackers, and can be made compatible with any eye-tracker that can control a mouse pointer, and is free to download for anyone with a Minecraft account on Windows. By using just their eyes, players are able to walk, run, fly, fight and build creations from their wildest imaginations. Unlocking a number of possibilities for people that may otherwise not be able to enjoy gaming.

“For us, EyeMine represents a watershed development. It’s a flagship example of taking the experience we’ve gained through our one-to-one work with gamers with the most severe physical disabilities and translating it into a means of helping a huge number of people on a global scale.” – SpecialEffect Founder and CEO Dr Mick Donegan

You can find out more about EyeMine and SpecialEffect and the amazing work they do on their official website or you can download the open-source software from their GitHub page.


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