not Haiku relevant, but interesting nonetheless. I recently listened to a BBC Science Hour podcast, when (at around 18:50) the presenter valiantly pronounced the names of Dr. Gerald Weber and Christof Lutteroth to report on their new project: actigaze.
Both scientists work at the university of Auckland, NZ and brought us Haiku’s Stack&Tile and the Auckland Layout Method. From the videos on their website, actigaze isn’t developed on Haiku, but Windows instead. Probably, because it looks like a marketable product…
It’s really interesting: An eye tracking method that tries to solve the ambiguous targetting due to the eyes constant jittering, by making it a two-step process: 1. You aim your eyes at a target and every possible target in the area gets highlighted with a different colour. 2. You select the intended target by choosing its colour from a side bar with those same colour wells. Clever!