Dmitry Gorodnichy, an inventor from the Institute of Information Technology in Ottawa, has developed a computer navigation system that relies on the movements of a user's nose to direct a cursor, New Scientist reported on Wednesday.
For good measure, a simple blink of the right or left eye corresponds to the right or left click of a mouse button, the magazine said.
The inventor expects the nose-steered mouse, or "nouse," will make using a computer easier for people with disabilities or for video game enthusiasts who would like to slay bad guys with the bob of the head and blink of an eye.
More info at Cnet
Controlling your PC with your nose, the nouse!
Posted on Thursday, September 16 2004 @ 22:47 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck