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EagleEyes has been featured in Discover magazine, The New York Times, The Los Angeles Times, The Boston Herald, The Times of London, and many other publications. The project has received coverage on the BBC and the Disney Channel. The EagleEyes teams has also presented at conferences in Los Angeles, Pittsburgh, Austria, and Ireland. In November 2002, Channel 5, WCVB-TV, featured EagleEyes student Michael Nash in a piece that can be found on their website.

Other news articles:

EagleEyes: Technology 'opens so many doors' for disabled students.  Northville Record, Northville, Michigan (March 22, 2011). 

Reaching through the locked door
Boston College Chronicle (January 15, 2009)

BYU Receives New Technology: EagleEyes
BYU NewsNet; Ogden, UT (July 19, 2006)

Device brings high-tech to disabled students
Central Utah Daily Herald; Salt Lake City, UT (Jan 31, 2006)

'Eagle Eyes' enable users to soar
The Salt Lake Tribune; Salt Lake City, UT (Jan 31, 2006)

EagleEyes clicks with disabled
Deseret Morning News; Salt Lake City, UT (Jan 31, 2006)

Home with Hope Again
Danvers Herald; Danvers, MA (Oct 6, 2005)


EagleEyes a Window to the Mind
Deseret Morning News; Utah (June 18, 2005)

Our Eagle-Eyes have it!
Cumbernauld Today; Cumbernauld, U.K. (May 26, 2005)

Scots disabled kids get computer gift
Evening Times; Glasgow, U.K. (May 23, 2005)

Northern Ireland's Mighty Mouse
KableNET.com (April 1, 2004)

Innovative IT system clicks for Ulster pupils
Belfast Telegraph (March 30, 2004)

The eyes have it.pdf
Mass High Tech (March 8, 2004)

She hopes her trip will break the ice for disabled

Boston Globe (January 10, 2002)
View pictures from the trip!

Determined school pals give all to help kids in Afghanistan
Boston Herald (November 27, 2001)

Computer wizardry sets Sam free

Bradford Telegraph & Argus (September 22, 2001)

The eyes say it all
The Special Children: ICT Supplement (2001)

Eye-opening computer program
Boston Globe (July 2, 2000)

Monitoring brain signals to control a computer
Computer World - Czech Republic (April, 2000)

At a glance
The New York Times (August 4, 1996)

Small wonder
Boston College Chronicle (April 25, 1996)

Knowing Michael
Boston College Magazine (1996)

A technology of hope
Winchester Town Crier (October 26, 1995)

Witness to a miracle
Marshfield Reporter (October 19, 1995)

Look Ma, no mouse

Los Angeles Times (September 20, 1995)

New computer gives disabled a 'voice'
Boston Herald (November 20, 1994)

The eyes have it
Discover Magazine (October, 1994)

Featured Articles

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High-Tech in Service of Others

Prof. James Gips is featured in the Boston Globe.

Eye-Opening Experience

hooperFor the first time,Hooper family sees the bright mind inside child silenced by rare disease.

 

 

Reaching Through The Locked Door

Maggie and Nancy WorthenIt looked as if her daughter's mind was closed off forever, but the Boston College EagleEyes program has given Nancy Worthen hope.


Technology Awards Laureate
 

The “Eagle Eyes” Project is named A 2006 Technology Award Laureate by the Tech Museum of Innovation.
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Device brings high-tech to disabled students
Device brings high-tech to disabled students
  Britt Allen, a volunteer with The Opportunity Foundation of America, reacts while working with Maureen Gates of the Boston College Campus School, as they demonstrate the EagleEyes eye-controlled technology at Oakridge School in Springville, Monday morning. The technology gives people with severe special needs a way to communicate with their eyes.
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'Eagle Eyes' enables users to soar
EagleEyes enables users to soar
  Britt Allen is an ace when it comes to zapping aliens - with his eyes.
He may not have laser-beam sight like Superman, but just one glance sends the intruders into oblivion.
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EagleEyes clicks with disabled
EagleEyes clicks with disabled
  During the past four years of teaching wheelchair-bound autistic students and others who cannot communicate very well, Mindy Ruff has wondered whether she was really reaching them.
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