Alphabet bought a startup specializing in eye-tracking technology. Who needs a computer mouse when eye movements can control things on a screen? That’s the idea behind three-year-old Eyefluence, which will now join the search giant Google at Alphabet. Its technology could work especially well in virtual reality and augmented reality environments.
Eyefluence, which is working to enable eye movements to control digital screens, wrote in a blog post on Monday that it’s joining the search giant Alphabet Inc. The three-year-old startup, which had reportedly raised $21.6 million in funding, didn’t disclose a price