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The OcuNav™ electro-oculographic peripheral controller is a PIC-controlled electronic device allowing users with paralyzed or limited-mobility to control USB-connected devices in their immediate environment using only shifts of gaze and winks of the right and left eyes. This technology leverages the polarity of the human eyeball by monitoring the voltage differential created between the left and right temples as gaze shifts from left to right (or vice versa), and using fluctuations in this differential as a natural switch to turn on/off simple household devices.

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