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Tobii Dynavox EyeMobile Mini

The EyeMobile Mini contains the PCEye Mini eye tracker and the EyeMobile Mini bracket.

The Tobii Dynavox EyeMobile Mini allows for completely hands-free access to Windows 7, 8 or 10 Pro tablets. It gives individuals with physical and communication impairments the ability to navigate, control and access apps, Internet, music, e-books, social media, games and more through the simple, natural and relaxed movement of the eyes, allowing them to live richer, more connected and independent lives.

Tablet is not included in this bundle but the EyeMobile Mini is pre-configured for, but not limited to:

  • Surface 3
  • Surface Pro 4

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What is in the package

The Tobii Dynavox EyeMobile Mini package includes:

  • Tobii Dynavox PCEye Mini 
  • Tobii Dynavox EyeMobile Mini bracket
  • Tobii Dynavox wheelchair mounting plate compatible with Rehadapt and Daessy mounting solutions 
  • Necessary documentation
  • The latest version of Tobii Gaze Selection and Tobii Mouse Emulation Software to use with PCEye Mini 
  • Software license key
  • "Getting Started" support


The EyeMobile Mini bracket and PCeye Mini eye tracker come with 12 months Manufacturer's Warranty.

Delivery times

Normal delivery time is within 1 week. 

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We hope that you will be happy with your purchase of a Tobii Dynavox product. But if for any reason, you may return the device within 30 days. Please learn more about our 30 Day Money Back Guarantee here.

Questions and answers

Is it difficult to learn?

No, it is not particularly difficult. Basically it is just a case of getting used to the interaction method. We do have a lot of training videos online that can help you get started and to help you excel.

A detail that makes the EyeMobile Mini easier to learn is the fact that it supports eye gaze and touch interaction at the same time. This means that your caregiver or family member can help out in case assistance is needed by using touch on the device.

Will it hurt my eyes?

No, but from the start your eyes might get a bit tired, because most people tend to strain themselves from ”trying too hard”. Just like with any other exercise, this will soon go away as you get more familiar and relaxed.

Is it dangerous for my eyes?

No, the light that is being emitted from the illuminators is so weak that there is no danger at all.

How are updates handled?

The Tobii PCeye Mini, the eye tracker that is used in EyeMobile Mini, comes with a software called ”Update notifier”. This software goes online and checks for updates and installs them for you. This keeps your system up to date at all times (as long as you have an internet connection.)

Does the PCeye Go or EyeMobile work on a Mac?

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 EyeMobile/PCeye Mini to control that environment.

Is there any funding for PCEye Mini or EyeMobile Mini?

At this point in time the EyeMobile Mini is not funded by Medicare or Medicaid. We can recommend setting up a crowd funding campaign to help you raise money.

How will eye tracking change my life?

It is difficult to say, because it depends on your situation, abilities, support etc. but what many of our users come back to us and say is that it gives them more privacy and greater independence. With the EyeMobile Mini you will be able to stay in touch with friends and family, surf the web, watch movies, paint, write poems, do research on your disability etc. more on your own term and without having to rely on a caregiver or family member to help you out.

With the PCeye Mini and EyeMobile Mini you also have greater possibilities of getting back to work, which can have a positive effect on your social life and your personal finances.

How does eye tracking work?

On a very high level eye tracking works like this:

  • Light is cast from the illuminators on the eye tracker
  • The light hits your eyes and gets reflected back to the eye tracker
  • There is a camera (or in Tobii’s case, two cameras) that sees these reflections
  • Through a whole lot of filtering and math the eye tracking software knows where you are looking on the screen.


How do you click?

There are different ways of clicking

  • Dwell click is one of the most common way. You fixate your gaze where you want to click for a predefined period of time and when that time is up you make a click
  • Blink, it is possible to blink in order to click, but this is not a very effective way of clicking
  • If you have movement in your neck, a finger or other limb you can use a switch to make a click. This can be a really fast way of interacting with the computer
  • In Tobii Gaze Selection you use a two step process where you first look at the command you want to perform, for example left click, and then you look at the object you want to apply the command to, for example a url.

Leaders in eye tracking

Tobii Dynavox are leaders in eye tracking, gaze interaction and Augmentative-Alternative Communication (AAC).


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