How Eye-Tracking Tech Goes From Elite Video Gamers to Your PCBy
E3, the annual gaming confab that starts Monday in Los Angeles, is just the sort of place to show off an impressive niche product such as the Sentry Eye Tracker, which is designed to help people train for video game competitions. But this particular gamer gadget is hiding significantly wider ambitions.
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