- 08/12/2016 at 05:20 #6015Keiichi TakahashiParticipant
I have been doing my research project with some EyeX Controller in recent years. I know that EyeX is developed for entertainment use, not for academic research, and I, of course, know that the gaze positions obtained from EyeX are not guaranteed.
I happened to know that it is FORBID to use EyeX for academic research. Is that true ?08/12/2016 at 05:50 #6016Keiichi TakahashiParticipant
I solved my question myself. The answer is specified at the license agreement
I want to ask this forum manager to delete this message.08/12/2016 at 11:31 #6020Grant [Tobii]Keymaster
Hi Ktakahas, yes you are quite right that the licence agreement is strict about this..
However, depending on your circumstances and what you intend to do, the licencing team may be flexible
or can offer a workable solution for your needs.
In any event, I would recommend you get in touch with the licencing team [email protected]
just in case we can accommodate you!12/12/2016 at 14:25 #6024Simon Egenfeldt-NielsenParticipant
We re-read the license agreement based on above, and can see that we have a project that probably also falls outside the license term but our intention is to commercialize it down the road.
We have send an email to above and hope to hear back soon.
MA Psychology, PhD12/12/2016 at 20:46 #6027Grant [Tobii]Keymaster
Thanks for the update, best of luck.
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