Eye Controlled Input System

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Brain Interface Glasses Eye Tracking System

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a brain controlled interface pair of glasses that can be used by individuals with severe mobility disabilities and neurological disorders to control a computer. The glasses were created from off-the-shelf materials by PhD student William Abbott and Dr. Aldo Faisal, a lecturer in neurotechnology at Imperial College in the United Kingdom. The system has two basic components: (1) an eye tracking system that an individual wears on his or her

Ceye Eye Control Module

The CEye Eye Control Module is an eye controlled input system designed for use by individuals with severe physical, neurological, or upper extremity disabilities, spinal cord injury, or upper extremity amputation. This unit enables the user to control the mouse by looking at a screen and dwelling (staring at the screen for a certain length of time) to select and blinking to click. Users place themselves in front of the screen for a one-time calibration, after which the system is fully automatic.

Eye-Controlled Laptop

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of a eye-motion control human-machine interface laptop for individuals with disabilities. The Swedish firm Tobii, which specializes in eye control, teamed up with Lenovo to craft 20 prototype Windows 7 laptops with eye control sensors built-in which were presented at CeBIT 2011. One demo the company set up was an Expose-style layout of all open windows, and users were able to target the smallest (Calculator in this case) consistently. The

Eye-Tracking Electronic Tablet

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To create a prototype of an affordable eye-tracking electronic tablet computer for individuals with disabilities. Eye-tracking technology and software packages can be prohibitively expensive. Engineering students at Brigham Young University in partnership with EyeTech Digital Systems developed a tablet computer that can be controlled with a person’s eye movements. The prototype is projected to cost under $1,500. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS: Windows 7. DIMENSIONS (LxHxD

Eyecan

---- PROTOTYPE --------- PURPOSE: To design a prototype of an eye-controlled mouse for individuals with upper extremity disabilities or who are upper extremity amputees. EyeCAN is a eye controlled input system mounted on a pair of glasses that is capable of tracking the user’s eye movement and translating those movements to a cursor on a computer display. AUTHOR: Edwin Kee. TITLE: Samsung eyeCAN mouse for disabled folk. WEBSITE: Ubergizmo. REF: http://www.ubergizmo.com/2012/02/samsung-eyecan-mou

Eyegaze Edge

The Eyegaze Edge is an eye-operated communication and control device designed for use by children and adults with cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, brain injury, ALS, multiple sclerosis, brainstem stroke, muscular dystrophy, and similar disabilities. Users make selections by looking at keys displayed on the screen for a fraction of a second (eye gaze). A small camera mounted under the Eyegaze screen takes 60 pictures per second of the user’s eye. Those images are analyzed by a processor that i

Eyegaze Edge Tablet

The Eyegaze Edge is an eye-operated communication and control device designed for use by children and adults with cerebral palsy, spinal cord injury, brain injury, ALS, multiple sclerosis, brainstem stroke, muscular dystrophy, and similar disabilities. The unit can be transferred from a wheelchair to a table or desk. Users make selections by looking at keys displayed on the screen for a fraction of a second (eye gaze). A small camera mounted under the Eyegaze screen takes 60 pictures per second

Eyeguide Assist

EyeGuide Assist is an eye-controlled input system designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. The system includes a headset that mounts a small camera in front of the user's face to track eye movement, a receiver that connects via USB to the computer to transmit the eye movements to the computer, and software. Future software upgrades are included. The system supports three built-in methods to click on links, type, or issue other comma

Eyeguide Eye Tracker

The EyeGuide Eye Tracker is an eye-controlled input system designed for use by individuals with severe physical or neurological disabilities or spinal cord injury. The system includes a headset that mounts a small camera with a wireless transmitter in front of the user's face to track eye movement, a wireless receiver that connects via USB to the computer to transmit the eye movements to the computer, and software. The software allows the user to calibrate the system to lighting conditions and c

Eyetech Tm4

The EyeTech TM4 is an eye controlled input system designed for use by individuals with upper extremity, neurological or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. The system comes with Quick Glance software. The TM4 unit tracks one or both eyes using dark pupil, single or binocular video tracking with infrared illumination, accurate to 0.5 degree. The standard data rate is 30 frames per second with 1, 5, 9, or 16 available calibration points. Typical operating distance of head motion (h

Eyetech Tm4 Mini

The EyeTech TM4 Mini is an eye controlled input system designed for use by individuals with neurological, upper extremity or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. The system comes with Quick Glance software. This unit tracks one or both eyes using dark pupil, single or binocular video tracking with infrared illumination, accurate to 0.5 degree. Its standard data rate is over 80 frames per second with 1, 5, 9, or 16 available calibration points. Typical operating distance of head mo

Headhunter Combined Head & Eye Tracking System

The HeadHunter Combined Head and Eye Tracking System is an eye movement monitoring device designed to provide a quantitative assessment of a person's visual scan path while performing tasks in the real world or in simulated environments. The system consists of a helmet mounted sensors and processing electronics that track human eye and head position, computing the person's line-of-sight vector over a 360 degree azimuth (clockwise) and a 180 degree elevation range. Applicable use of this product

Mytobii P10

MyTobii P10 is a portable eye-controlled communicator and computer designed for use by individuals with neurological or communication disabilities, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis, ALS, or spinal cord injury. The screen, eye control device, and computer are integrated into one unit, which mounts to a desk, bed, or wheelchair. The user's eye signature can be calibrated in 10 seconds by sitting in front of the screen and following an on-screen dot. The system can be configured for different ski

Pupilmouse

PupilMouse is a mouse emulator designed for use by individuals with severe physical disabilities, neurological disabilities, or spinal cord injury. This mouse emulator enables the user to move a computer cursor by head movement, and to click or drag by winking. Either eye can be used for click and drag, and glasses can be worn. To use the device, a camera is directed to the face of the user; no settings are necessary. The device can also be operated through other switches.

Vt2

The VT2 is an eye controlled input system designed for use by individuals with upper extremity, neurological or severe physical disabilities or spinal cord injury. This unit tracks one or both eyes using dark pupil, single or binocular video tracking. It is accurate to 0.5 degree. The VT2's standard data rate is over 80 frames per second (FPS). Its typical operating distance for head motion is 13 x 6.3 x 15.8 inches. It can be used with communication software, to send email, to surf the web, to

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