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- 25/02/2018 at 01:51 #7924MostafaParticipant
I just got the eye tracker 4c and actually my main reason is to use it for a disable person that cant speak or move his hands, i just set it up and downloaded (Tobii eye tracking) app and everything is good, i want to know how can i use it like PCEye mini or eye mobile to help typing or moving mouse cruser, what softwares should i get to use those simple features?!
Mostafa26/02/2018 at 11:42 #7933Grant [Tobii]Keymaster
Hi @mostafa90, as you have no doubt realised the software supplied with the Tobii 4C Tracker is intended for use alongside the traditional keyboard and mouse setup, most especially in gaming.
Software tailored for exclusively accessibility purposes is available and produced by Tobii Dynavox who are responsible for products such as the PEEye Mini and Eye Mobile.
In order to purchase their accessibility software, you will need to speak to Tobii Dynavox sales directly @
https://www.tobiidynavox.com/about/contact/ who should be able to offer you a quote in accordance with your needs.26/02/2018 at 13:24 #7934Alex [Tobii]Participant
Hi! You can also try using Windows Control feature from Microsoft that comes with Windows 10 Fall Creators Update:
Or third party software such as OptiKey:
https://github.com/OptiKey/OptiKey/wiki03/03/2018 at 16:56 #7964MostafaParticipant
Thank you guys, i apperciate it.
Im using optikey now and its a good start.
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