Tobii Announce the PCEye, Control a Windows PC with Your Eyes

Posted by at 9:35 am on April 7, 2011

Tobii’s new PCEye peripheral attaches to the monitor of a Windows PC and tracks users’ eyes to control the computer. The device is meant for users with impaired motor skills due to injury or illness and is an alternative to a mouse. The PCEye is said to take less than a minute to calibrate, and attaches to 15- to 20-inch monitors using a VESA mount and a USB connection.

Tobii said its device can track more than 95 percent of users, including those who wear eyeglasses or contacts, and with all eye colors. The PCEye has a built-in processor that doesn’t require the PC itself to be burdened. Tobii also claims the device will allow games to be played without the use of a mouse, though what kind of games wasn’t specified.

Prices or ship dates for the PCEye have not been disclosed.

 

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