It remains to be seen whether Eyefluence's tech can live up to Marggraff's claims, but his track record would point to the company having better chances than most at following through. He's a serial inventor who had a hand in products like the Leap Pad and Livescribe pen. Eyefluence has the backing of some big names, too, with Intel Capital, Jazz Ventures and others participating in the firm's two rounds of funding.
The company expects to start showing off its technology early next year, so people will get a chance to examine how it works for themselves soon.
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