NUIA eyeCharm is taking the term unique user control experience to a whole new level with its eye tracking clip-on attachment for the Kinect. The eyeCharm officially reached its funding goal backed by the popular kick-starter on April 7th. This freakishly space aged technology allows users to control the interface of their computers with their eyes! Yeah I said it their eyes! The sleek device clips onto the front of your existing Kinect and attaches to your computer with a USB cord. The eyeCharm projects infrared light onto the user’s face which is then detected by the Kinects infrared camera which allows the computer to subsequently determine what part of the on-screen display the user is looking at. Freaky right!? Hooking up Kinects microphone also allows for user controlled voice commands. The user can do things like zooming, page-flipping, selecting, scrolling and pretty much anything else just by shifting their eyes. The best part about the eyeCharm technology is its price of $60 very afforadable. Unfortunately the technology is currently only supported by Windows 7 and 8 operating systems, although designers are looking to expand concepts for OS X and Linux. Hopefully the design team gets around to that sooner rather then later, because that’s the only way I’ll be testing it out.