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Microsoft has a mission of empowering every person and every organization on this planet to achieve more and that has been reiterated by them at various launch events. Microsoft has done a lot of things to empower people who have some kind of disability. Microsoft has a built in narrator that helps people who can’t see to use windows with ease.

We had last month reported that Microsoft has built an app for Blind users called Seeing AI that would be able to describe them what’s in front of their iPhone camera using Artifical Intelligence. And now we have reports of their plan to bring native eye tracking support for Windows 10. Eye tracking support would help people with the diseases like ALS.

This would allow these people to use on Windows 10 by having a gaze on the screen. Eye control is in beta stage currently and would soon be available for Windows Insiders. Eye tracking on Windows 10 would require eye tracking hardware to use it. You can see from the video how the eye tracking started as a hack project and how in the last few years it has turned by Microsoft into a product to empower people.

You can see from the video how the eye tracking started as a hack project and how in the last few years it has turned by Microsoft into a product to empower people. What are our readers feel about this new technology? Comment below.