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Assistive Technology | Eye Controlled Assistive Technology by LC Technologies. The EyeWorld Bundle is an optional program that can be customized to suit the user. Screens can be created using keys (cells) of any size, changing colors, adding pictures, linking pages and adding commands. The Grid 3 allows people with limited or unclear speech to use a computer as a voice output communication aid, using symbols or text to build sentences. You can send and receive email and SMS messages, browse the web, listen to music… and more too! For years, our Eyegaze Edge eye tracking technology has freed those who are unable to control their body movement or speak. Now we’re delivering even more freedom with the Eyegaze Edge Link®, a new device that creates a plug-and-play connection between your Eyegaze Edge and any system controlled by a USB keyboard and mouse.

The Eyegaze Edge Link® is a pair of USB devices that look like normal flash drives. Now you can use your Eyegaze on multiple devices by simply moving the Link. Patent Pending. Senic - Nuimo Smart Home Controller. Untitled. Designers Are Ditching The Mouse For The “Flow” 3D Motion Touch Controller | TechCrunch. Sliders suck. “Little too far to the left. Ugh. Little too far to the right. ARRHGH!!!” The mouse can be a frustrating controller for Photoshop, Final Cut, AutoCAD or even Spotify. But a new input device called Flow lets you play your computer like an instrument, with infinite dexterity through feeling rather than sight.

The Y Combinator startup Senic’s ~$100 wireless Flow puck offers four types of control: motion by waving over its infrared sensor, a programmable touch-sensitive pad on top, haptic response for pushing Flow like a button, and a physical cylinder around the sides that you can twist for ultimate precision. Co-founder Tobias Eichenwald thinks there are better ways to work than squinting at a screen. “You can never do pixel-perfect graphics” says Eichenwald. With Flow, you can bump up or down the hue or brush size in Photoshop, alter model angles in AutoCAD, switch layers in Illustrator, select frames in a video editing app, and more. How the Microsoft HoloLens will change the way your business uses SOLIDWORKS. The ​Microsoft HoloLens represents one of the biggest leaps in technology I’ve seen in my lifetime. It’s about as “magical” as technology can get, and I don’t mean “magical” in the way Apple uses it when talking about their latest iPhone.

When you first use the HoloLens to interact with holograms of your SOLIDWORKS models, you’re hit with such a solid initial experience that you’ll actually be wondering where the capabilities of this thing end. But regardless of how mind-blowing the device is, I can’t picture anyone buying a HoloLens to use personally in the near future. In its current iteration, the HoloLens is best suited to professional business applications. Microsoft HoloLens in action What is the Microsoft Hololens? The HoloLens is a head mounted device that is able to accurately display virtual objects as holograms in the real world in front of you.

The system is also entirely self contained, requiring minimal set up and has no external components for tracking. Microsoft HoloLens. Develop Mixed Reality Apps for Holographic Technology | HoloLens. Videos / Camera Mouse. See also the YouTube Camera Mouse Playlist Using Camera Mouse "Heads Up for Camera Mouse" -- A video featuring users of Camera Mouse at Jordan Valley School in Midvale, Utah Our original video on Camera Mouse The following videos about Camera Mouse were made and posted by various users of Camera Mouse who are not directly connected with the project. An introductory video by Alexicom Tech An introductory video by Taylor Freeman Three videos by JJPeerless on spelling messages with Camera Mouse. EagleEyes is an eye-controlled assistive technology we have developed at Boston College. UX.LIVE CONFERENCE 2017 - IN ASSOCIATION WITH THE UX CRUNCH Tickets, Multiple Dates.

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Understanding Students Process for Solving Engineering Problems Using Eye Gaze Data. Transparent LCD Screen. Transparent LCD screens offer exciting new ways to engage your audience. The combination of HD LCD technology (4K on our 84″ version) with a transparent screen substrate opens up creative avenues that were previously closed with traditional LCD screens. Solid black pixels on a transparent background can be used in intriguing ways to hide (and gradually reveal) whatever is behind the screen. These screens can also be granted touch capability by combining them with touch foils or touch frames, to add an interactive element to your installation.

This creates a very powerful impact when the content on screen integrates with real life objects behind the screen, encouraging viewers to interact on a level that will exceed expectations. Retail windows, interactive booths, display cases, interactive games, vending machines, drinks coolers… the uses for this amazing technology are limited only by your creativity. Transparent LCD screens for shopfitting and integration Standard Screens Sizes. GP3 Eye Tracker | Hardware Only – Gazepoint. Product Description Gazepoint GP3 eye tracker, 60Hz system, API/SDK included, recommended for eye tracking software developers, 1 Yr Warranty/Support The GP3 is a research-grade eye tracker utilizing a 60Hz machine-vision camera at the heart of its imaging and processing system. High performance eye tracking at an affordable price (online special) 0.5 – 1 degree of visual angle accuracy60 Hz5- or 9-point calibrationEasy-to-useOpen standard API25cm (horizontal) x 11cm (vertical) movement±15 cm range of depth movementUltra portable – 320 x 45 x 40 mm (145g)Compatible with 24″ displays or smaller All prices are shown in USD.

Purchase includes: GP3 eye tracker, mini tripod and USB cables. System Requirements: Intel Core i7 or faster, 8 GB RAM, Windows 7, 8.1 or 10; Mac and Linux are not supported at this time. GP3 HD Eye Tracker 150Hz | Hardware Only – Gazepoint. Product Description Gazepoint GP3 HD eye tracker, 150Hz system, API/SDK included, recommended for researchers and developers, 1 Yr Warranty/Support The GP3 HD is a research-grade eye tracker utilizing a machine-vision camera at the heart of its imaging and processing system.

High performance eye tracking at an accessible price 0.5 – 1.0 degree of visual angle accuracy60Hz or 150Hz sampling rate5- or 9-point calibrationEasy-to-useOpen standard API35cm (horizontal) x 22cm (vertical) movement±15 cm range of depth movementUltra portable – 320 x 45 x 47 mm (155g)Compatible with 24″ displays or smaller All prices are shown in USD. Purchase includes: GP3 HD eye tracker, mini tripod and USB cables. System Requirements: Intel Core i7 or faster, 8 GB RAM, Windows 7, 8.1 or 10, USB3.0 port; Mac and Linux are not supported at this time. Tracksys. EyeTracking Inc. - the eye tracking experts. Eye Tracking Solutions by SMI. Remote Eye Tracking Software -

How do Tobii Eye Trackers work? - Learn more with Tobii Pro. Eye tracking has long been known and used as a method to study the visual attention of individuals. There are several different techniques to detect and track the movements of the eyes. However, when it comes to remote, non‐intrusive eye tracking the most commonly used technique is pupil centre corneal reflection (PCCR). The basic concept is to use a light source to illuminate the eye causing highly visible reflections, and a camera to capture an image of the eye showing these reflections. The image captured by the camera is then used to identify the reflection of the light source on the cornea (glint) and in the pupil.

We can then calculate a vector formed by the angle between the cornea and pupil reflections—the direction of this vector, combined with other geometrical features of the reflections, is then used to calculate the gaze direction. Tobii eye trackers are an improved version of the traditional PCCR remote eye tracking technology (US Patent US7,572,008). Tobii Gaming | Eye Trackers for PC Games in Desktop, Laptops & Monitors. OCULUS - OCULUS Optikgeräte GmbH. Carl zeiss smart glasses. Samsung's 'eye mouse' enables users to control their computer with a glance - CNET. Samsung has unveiled a new version of its so-called EyeCan+ eye mouse, a device that enables people with disabilities to use computers through eye movements.

Eye-controlled computers have been around for a while. Especially targeted to those with disabilities who can't use a keyboard or mouse, they often are dedicated devices or technologies that require users to wear glasses or other special equipment. In a blog post Tuesday, the company called the Eyecan+ the first of its kind because it doesn't require people to wear any such equipment.

The EyeCan+ is a simple portable box positioned below your monitor. Users first need to calibrate their eyes with the box. The device's interface shows up on the monitor as a pop-up menu with 18 different commands, such as "copy," "paste," "select all," "drag and drop," "scroll" and "zoom in. " Samsung isn't selling the EyeCan+directly. Samsung unveiled its first EyeCan in March 2012.

Tobii eyeX review: The 'eye mouse' is magical, but just not for everyone. What if you simply could move your cursor to where you wanted, automatically, without your hands ever leaving the keyboard? Tobii’s eye-tracking technology sounds like magic, yet doesn’t quite live up to the promise. Keyboard shortcuts, trackpads, and thumb mice were all invented to solve one problem: how to keep your hands on your keyboard, typing away, while your focus drifts from screen to screen or icon to icon. Normally, your hand would move a mouse or trackpad to push your cursor around the screen. Tobii’s eyeX eye-tracking technology tries to cut out the middleman: It bounces near-infrared light off your retinas to produce patterns that the eyeX sensors capture and interpret. Doesn’t that sound amazing? [Editor’s Note: At press time, the eyeX was sold out until mid-March.] A rather permanent solution Setting up the eyeX is relatively intuitive.

That’s the first catch: On the back of the mount is an adhesive strip—more like super glue than tape, unfortunately. Rob Schultz Tobii. Trishume/PolyMouse: Fusion of gaze and head tracking for fast & accurate hands-free pointing. Clippy: accurate mouse control | Tobii Developer Zone. A grid is an interesting idea, thanks! It’s similar to the calibration I was doing using arbitrary points. Bad data can still get into the grid, eg if you look at a position then use head tracking to place the mouse at a different position. However, I like that with a grid it’s easier to fix: setting a new head tracking offset erases the bad data for the grid cells involved.

With arbitrary points, I didn’t have a way of deleting bad offsets. I gave using a grid a whirl. When head tracking is used to adjust the mouse, I store the offset in a cell for the initial gaze point. I use the offset of these 4 cells to interpolate an offset for the gaze point at pixel granularity. I see your grid is 8×6, though you do the weighting differently. Code is in my Tobii class: For dragging I’m hesitant to have more than one hotkey or more hardware like a pedal.