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Olympus High students help special-needs peers at Hartvigsen with assistive technology
EagleEyes » Electrodes track eye movement to control a computer mouse to play games and learn new skills.

First Published Mar 14 2013 02:18 pm • Last Updated Mar 19 2013 11:03 am

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