“My first thought was DANG, April came early... Looks very cool and a godsend for accessibility.“
No, this is not an April Fool’s joke — it’s a tool that *actually* lets you control your computer with head movements. Hawkeye Access for Mac launched today and gives you the ability to rotate your head to move your computer cursor. You can also make facial expressions to click, drag, and scroll around your screen, powered by your iPhone’s TrueDepth camera.
The launch follows Hawkeye Access for iOS, which was built last year. 📱
Maker Matt Moss wrote a little bit more about the tool on Product Hunt:
“Access for Mac is a big step up over traditional hands-free controls. It's easy to learn, incredibly powerful, and cheap. I can't wait to see how this helps people with motor impairments use their Macs, from browsing the web to playing games to editing videos.“
Some early reviews from the PH community:
“Hawkeye Access for Mac empowers all of us to explore, build, and play on computers through hands-free control. Regardless of whether or not you have motor impairments, Hawkeye feels magical to use.” - Hunter
“It's so great to see what can be achieved with just a phone today.” - Owen
Put yourself in your favorite GIFs with this. 👋
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