We’ll be straight with you — prior to this fine day, we’d never heard of the whiz kids at Waterloo Labs, however we’ll be keeping our focus locked on their initiatives from this mark forward. Why, you inquiry? Just gaze at that bloke above, who is in the middle of asking Mario to leap over a tunnel with a simple eye movement. Granted, we’ve seen eye-controlled interfaces before, however there’s just something — shall we affirm… inspirational — about being able to control your favorite NES titles with your own face. Bigger still, the crew is providing the complete blown how-to down in the source, and if you’re not a fan of strapping an array of electrodes on your person, you still owe it to yourself to peek the video past the break. Oh, and it’s excellent to see these guys still have to blow on their NES cartridges to get ‘em to employment fair — misery adores corporation, eh?

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