There is a new Japanese remote control that allows users to bat an eyelid in order to control the iPod, thanks to sensors connected to glasses/headphones known as the KomeKami Switch, or Temple Switch in English. These infrared sensors will generate an electric signal which will then talk to the iPod. If you wink strongly for one second with one eye, the iPod will go back one track, while doing the same with the other eye will skip the current track to the next. Closing both eyes will pause/play the iPod. According to the research team who developed this, the system works perfectly fine even if the user eats, talks, walks and runs as it is smart enough to discard accidental blinks. I wonder how lazy must one be to even control the playback of tunes on the iPod?
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