Tobii has announced the released of a stand-alone eye control device for Windows PCs called PCEye, which is mounted to a display and translates eye movement into mouse commands
The PCEye device benefits from its own onboard processor, so won't affect computer system performance
PCEye is compatible with monitors ranging from 15 to 22-inches and is attached via a free VESA screen mount
Sweden's eye tracking and control innovator Tobii has announced the release of a stand-alone eye control device called PCEye. Like the laptop-based prototype system demonstrated at CeBIT last month, the device tracks eye movement and translates it into mouse cursor action onscreen. Positioned in front of a PC monitor and connected via USB, the company says that the technology is compatible with a wide range of software and has been primarily designed to improve computer interactivity for users with impaired motor skills, such as stroke victims.
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