Tobii PCEye brings hands-free control to PC
News, October 10 2011
The new Tobii PCEye is an easy to use, stand-alone eye control device that can be used with most personal computers. It is quick to set up, highly accurate and provides total control of your computer using only your eyes.
Tobii PCEye, is a eye control unit, for users with cognitive disabilities wanting access to regular computer programs with eye control. It was developed primarily for individuals with impaired motor skills or those needing an alternative method like eye control for controlling a mouse.
People that can benefit most from the Tobii PCEye eye control unit include:
- People with limited motor skills due to ALS
- People with spinal cord injuries
- People with neurological disabiities
The Tobii PCEye eye control unit flawlessly converts eye movement to a mouse cursor on your computer, attaches to many retail monitors and takes only seconds to complete the one-time calibration. With one of the largest track boxes on the market and award winning eye tracking technology, the Tobii PCEye can be used by over 95% of users to eye control, regardless of eye color, glasses, contact lenses, lighting conditions or head movements.
The Tobii PCEye eye control device won’t slow down your computer, or restrict you from staying up to date with technology. A powerful, built-in processor ensures that your computer will run like normal during an eye control (tracking) session. And if you want to switch computers or need to change locations, the low weight, and robust design as well as the included carrying case of the eye control device makes travelling simple.