“The technology moves as fast as you can think,” says Jim Marggraff, founder and CEO. He adds that unlike some of the other eye-tracking technology, Eyefluence works “without winking and without waiting.”

Eyefluence claims they have the first user interface based on the “eye-brain connection.”Marggraff says there will be both consumer and commercial applications for the glasses. He estimates that there are 40 million “deskless workers” and sees use cases for everything from construction to a hospital operating room.