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EyeMazing: Controlling things with an eye

Florian Jungwirth wins the Adolf-Adam-Informatikpreis 2018.

Florian Jungwirth at the award ceremony

This year, four graduates of Johannes Kepler University Linz were again awarded the Adolf-Adam-Informatikpreis for Computer Science. Florian Jungwirth from the Institute of Pervasive Computing won first place for his master's thesis "EyeMazing - The Eye as an Interaction Option of the Future". As always, the jurors were high-school students from all over Upper Austria.