PCEye Mini Eye Tracker


Replace your Windows keyboard and mouse using only your eyes.



Experience greater personal freedom and independence by accessing all the functions of your Windows desktop or laptop computer using only your eyes. Accuracy and Precision The PCEye Mini , together with the zoom functionality of Windows Control, allows you to hit even the smallest targets on the screen with almost pixel precision.  Large Track Box The track box is the imaginary volume within which you can move your head without losing accuracy or interrupting the eye tracking session. PCEye Mini ’s large track box size gives you the freedom to sit or lie down comfortably while maintaining eye tracking performance. Easy Calibration Our easy, one-time calibration is helpful for those who have difficulties keeping focus on a calibration target. It’s an excellent way for beginners to get started with eye tracking. Portability and Flexibility The PCEye Mini attaches perfectly to most laptop and desktop monitors with an excellent performance on screens up to 19-inches in size. Processing takes place within the PCEye Mini eye tracker itself, enabling you to use both old and low performance PCs. Compatible operating systems : Windows 7,8.1, 10 View Tobii Dynavox PCEye Mini Eye Tracker for more information.


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PCEye Mini Eye Tracker available in the lending library at FAAST.org

PCEye Mini Eye Tracker