-== “If you’re a developer you can use the SDK to make it do just that” ==-
That’s what I had to do when I got the REX device.
I put the source code of the program I wrote to control Windows
So far it uses the old Gaze SDK (220.127.116.116) shipped with REX and needs TobiiGazeCore32.dll (and probably TobiiGazeConfig32.dll). But I’m going to tailor it to the new EyeX SDK as far as I get a brand new EyeX device.
You may see how it works here.
In case you do not understand Russian (guessed?) switch on the Swahili subtitles. [ No kidding, it’s the only way to turn off subtitles by default on YouTube – to hide real subtitles in some exotic language, while keeping English ones almost empty.]