was originally designed for graffiti artist Tony Quan, who was diagnosed with paralyzing ALS in 2003. Aiming cameras at the user's eyeballs, the apparatus tracks the user's eye movements, thereby allowing him to draw. Some lucky little ones got the chance to try out EyeWriter
at the recent Cinekid festival. There, the EyeWriter 2.0 was hooked up to the RoboTagger printing 'bot
, which drew the kids' creations with its bright orange arm. Video after the break.