I recorded this video while working with the excellent NHS Assistive Technology team at Barnsley Hospital. When COVID hit the news we knew that we couldn’t safely continue to visit people in their homes, particularly as we were supporting people who would be particularly vulnerable to the condition. The team worked together to find new… Continue reading Video: Assessing Eyegaze Remotely
Are you working in a school or other setting where you’re sharing eye gaze systems running the popular Grid 3 software? It’s awesome software, especially for eye gaze users, but there’s one problem… Did you know that in most circumstances you can’t have more than one calibration profile in Grid 3? That means that you… Continue reading Can I share Grid 3 eye gaze devices?
Thanks to all of you who attended my ATIA21 presentation on remote eye gaze. Hope you enjoyed it! I put this website together only today as a way of sharing information. It’s very basic right now but I’ll make some improvements in the coming days. The presentation file will be added to the ATIA folder… Continue reading ATIA2021 Presentation
My spreadsheet of eye gaze properties on Google Sheets is useful for exploring the essential properties of each tracker. Please do add comments and I’ll update/correct the content!
When I visit someone at home for a eyegaze assessment I’ll take along a whole selection of eye trackers. That’s because I often find that some perform much better than others based on the individual, their preferred activities and their environment. I find it useful to order the trackers in my head from most to… Continue reading Gaze Tracker Decision Tree
The ASTOUNDING free Gibbon Gaze update from Tobii Dynavox allows i13 and i16 users to use their devices outside, even in bright sunshine. I was fortunate to have an i13 at the time the update became available so I recorded this video showing it in action. At the time the video was made (summer 2020)… Continue reading Video: Outdoor Eyegaze
The team at Eyegaze (formerly LC Technologies) were kind enough to lend me their new Encore binocular tracker to explore. This feels like the most accurate tracker I’ve used and the close-up IR video is very useful for identifying issues with reflections and atypical eyes.