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  • #4868
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    Heather Coles
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    I developed an eye-tracking game with a programmer that is controlled by the Tobii only (no handheld controllers) and skips the calibration step.

    It is specifically designed to always work without calibration or touching a controller and we have been very successful. I’m looking for other games & game developers that work similarly.

    #4871
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    Heather Coles
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    Well I’ve already answered my own question:
    http://www.tobii.com/xperience/apps/eye-asteroids/

    Here’s my next question:
    Has it ever been played by a baby?

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    Alexandre
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    Broken link.

    #7046
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    Hnkee
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    Hi.

    I’m not sure what the definition of baby is, but my daughter played the asteroid-game that’s in the tobii intro when she was 1.5 years old. It worked better than expected, I think if the game is designed for a baby, eyetracking might be the easiest way for a child to interact.

    /H

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