Royal College of Art graduate Mimi Zou has created an eye tracking camera that is controlled by the eye only.
By squinting, the camera zooms in, and by widening your eyes, the camera zooms out. Blinking twice while looking at the same spot makes it take a photo.
The camera uses biometric technology to identify people, by recognising their unique iris signatures. If the person using the Iris camera's iris is recognised, the camera automatically uploads their preferred settings, including iso, aperture and screen display.
It works for both moving and still images and can transfer images straight away with Wi-Fi. It can also store them on an internal SD card until a connection can be found.
For more information on Mimi Zou, click here: Mimi Zou's website