The PCEye Explore is an entry level, peripheral eye tracker that opens up the wonderful world of gaze interaction to everyone. With the PCEye Explore, young or inexperienced users get a simple, fun and no-fail way to learn how to use eye tracking and gaze interaction, while at the same time preparing them for AAC communication.
Connect it to your Windows laptop or desktop and PCEye Explore lets you move the mouse pointer and perform left clicks, using only your eyes. This basic functionality, in combination with the vast number of compatible software titles and webpages, lets users splat, smudge, reveal, paint, play, draw, make music and more, essentially leaving them no ways to fail, but plenty of opportunities to learn while having fun.
Users with limited motor skills due to Rett syndorome, CP, Spinal cord injury or other impairments can benefit greatly with the Tobii PCEye.
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The PCEye Explore comes with a free and very easy to use Software .
The software you are using to control your PCEye Explore is called Gaze Point and now supports Microsoft Windows 10. After the eye tracker has been installed and calibrated, there are few things that call for your attention. Use the settings to control the basic functionality of the PCEye Explore – turn the eye tracker on or off, show or hide the mouse cursor, and turn click on or off. Also, a discreet onscreen heads-up-display indicates whether the user is properly positioned in front of the eye tracker or not, allowing for optimum eye tracking performance.
The Tobii PCEye Explore package includes:
The Tobii PCEye Explore eye tracker come with 12 months Manufacturer's Warranty.
Normal delivery time is within 1 week.
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No, it is not difficult at all. Basically it is just a case of getting it installed, do a simple calibration, start a game and have fun!
No, the light that is being emitted from the illuminators is so weak that there is no danger at all.
Both yes and no. You can’t control the Mac OS or any mac applications. However, if you run Windows in a virtualization program such as Parallells or Bootcamp, you can use the PCeye Explore to control that environment.
At this point in time the PCEye Explore is not funded by Medicare or Medicaid. We can recommend setting up a crowd funding campaign to help you raise money.
It is difficult to say, because it depends on your situation, abilities, support etc. but to start with the PCEye Explore package can open up the world of easy computer access to enable users to play games both for fun and for learning.
On a very high level eye tracking works like this: