As an alter­na­tive to receiving brain implants for robotic arm dom­i­nance assis­tance, check out this sur­pris­ingly cheap eye-​​tracking solu­tion devel­oped by six elec­trical engi­neering stu­dents at North­eastern Uni­ver­sity. Labeled iCRAFT, for eye Con­trolled Robotic Arm Feeding Tech­nology, the award-​​winning senior project drew its inspi­ra­tion from one team member’s dif­fi­culty syncing spoon­fuls with the eating pace of elderly and dis­abled patients.

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