Forget fingerprints, blink and stare to access your computer. Biometric technology has great potential, but what if you could access your gadgets with no more effort than a blink or flick of your gaze?
Tobii and Dell have partnered to launch and integrate Tobii EyeMobile, a solution built to introduce eye-tracking technology on tablet computers. Built for users with physical impairments in mind, the technology allows users hands-free access to the tablet, apps, the Internet, e-books and social media by using natural and relaxed eye movements. Oscar Werner, president of Tobii Assistive Technology commented: Control Windows 8 tablets using only your eyes. The Tobii EyeMobile consists of the Tobii PCEye Go eye tracker, the versatile EyeMobile mounting bracket and a standard, off-the-shelf Windows 8 Pro tablet of choice .
You control the device using only your eyes with the truly unique user interface – Tobii Gaze Selection. Innovative User Interface – touch with your eyes. PCEye Go - Access your computer or tablet through gaze interaction. Press Releases. Navigating and controlling the Tobii EyeMobile solution on a Dell tablet can now be done with the simple, natural and relaxed movement of the eyes.
Users have hands-free access to the tablet, apps, Internet, e-books, social media and more, giving individuals with physical impairments the opportunity to live more independent lives. Dell OEM’s inclusive support program offers in home support for any hardware issues for people in need.