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07 Jun 2018

Global impact for EyeMine software

Hours after the launch of our free EyeMine software last month we were delighted to discover it was making waves at the  Let’s Play Games project in Japan. It's exactly the kind of global impact that we'd hoped for.

Since then, our freely-downloadable software has been downloaded in many other countries, enabling people with severe physical disabilities across the world to play Minecraft using only their eyes and an eye-tracking device.

Our Founder and CEO Dr Mick Donegan said, “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.”

Windows-based EyeMine is free to download for anyone with a Minecraft account and works with a number of suitable eye-trackers. It can be made compatible with any eye tracker that can control a mouse pointer.

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