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Thread: A new way to use ArtRage?

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    A new way to use ArtRage?


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    Just as long as it doesn't paint what I think!

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    Oh yeah that could get dangerous.

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    I can only imagine someone getting up to take a quick break.... and that's when Tinker the cat sits on their laptop.
    Next thing you know, Tinker's ordered 500 yoga mats from Amazon and is now listening to Norwegian Black Metal.

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    ha... Darn that Tinker!

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    Amazing stuff!

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    Painting is easy when you don't know how, but very difficult when you do. ~Edgar Degas
    This is a quote I copied from Robyn.
    It's very difficult for me and I don't know how, but I still have to do it anyway.
    Here's my latest attempt:
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    That's beautiful. You might want to post it in the main forum gallery section.
    link here
    I am sure you will get comments on it there.

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    Okay this is a cool find to share, screenpainter! However, based on this video, I think it sounds more space age than it may be in reality, other than the mechanics of getting it to do that. Usefulness-wise, I wonder.

    Can't quite picture painting with it, although it could be mechanically possible if one trained how they move their eyes, like with doing cross hatching or scumbling. . . yeesh! Boing boing boing. . . .

    The demonstrator in the video is still having to push a key which essentially toggles it on and releases for off. It still only seems to be moving the "cursor" or contact point with your eyes. You're still doing a 'click' with the keypad. So it's still a mouse action in essence.

    Wonder what would happen if someone was wearing glasses, or if someone squints. And the refresh rate would have to be pretty quick I should think, considering how fast people's eyes move, shift, rove, etc.

    I could imagine that now with the normal way of using a mouse, people still forget to blink, what this could mean. And what would be the long term effects on the eye.

    None the less, it is remarkable technological feat that they have managed to learn to read eye movement. Scares me a little. My eyes are sort of worn out from the computer as it is let alone having a little laser or whatever shone into them constantly.

    I just though of a reason why this would be great though maybe not exclusively for them -- for handicapped people. Combine that eye thing with a voice activated control to in essence 'press the keyboard' and voila.
    Last edited by D Akey; 01-15-2013 at 12:07 PM. Reason: New thought
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