It seems like the innovations just can’t seem to stop in terms of making life easier for all of us. Designers of computer peripherals bang their heads together to come up with innovative and sometimes weird ways of doing everyday simple things such as entering your pin on an ATM machine or surfing the net. An innovative product from Actbrise allows users to use their PC without using their hands but instead uses head movements to do the work. This device would help injured and elderly people who find it hard to use the standard keyboards even with the accessibility options enabled. It also eliminates the need for mouthpieces for paralyzed patients who have suffered injuries to the spine and lower back allowing them to rest or allow their hand to recuperate properly(get an appointment with a proctologist with this one for your neck would surely be in need of one at the end of a long days surfing).
Another nifty invention is the eye password developed at Stanford University, which uses the eyes and a system within the keypad with a camera which tracts the movements of the eyes as it shifts from character to character that makes up the pin. The device is seen by many as a device which will make people lazier than they already are but banks say it might work in preventing pin numbers from getting eyed upon by thieves and other people who might be after you cash. (Think about eye exercises for the eyestrain after a long days shopping and frequent trips to the atm.)