To avoid what is referred to as the “Midas Touch Issue” within Eyetracking for HCI (1) where everywhere a user looks triggers a note or a command, I have been experimenting with simple radial and exploding menus.

So far it just works for mouse interactions, but I will update this post with eye interactions.

1) R. J. K. Jacob and K. S. Karn (2003). Eye tracking in
humancomputer interaction and usability research:
Ready to deliver the promises