- 06/07/2016 at 20:36 #5380Anthony FransellaParticipant
I found this thread via Tobii email support. I work at the NIH and in my exploration of data manipulation via spatial UIs I came across Tobii. Eventually it seems likely that 2nd wave HMDs will integrate eye tracking (some already are). Manipulating big data sets, displaying complex graphs like those you can generate with d3.js, and moving toward a generally more reactive content experience would all benefit from eye tracking. Development in these areas could begin immediately with js hooks but it seems prohibitive at the moment. It’s a mistake to ignore this segment seeing as how integral eye tracking can be to these broad and high profile applications. Just my thoughts, hope to see the API soon!27/06/2017 at 09:04 #7090shihoParticipant
I want to use gaze position to specify which document object model user is watching on chrome browser.
I know Tobii chrome extension is no longer available. In such case, how should I get coordinates of gaze position on browser?30/06/2017 at 15:18 #7108Grant [Tobii]Keymaster
Hi @shiho, I am afraid that for the time being there is no active alternative to the old Chrome extension with no alternative planned in the near future for public release.
Certainly within the Tobii Pro business department we have available for you dedicated software designed for eye tracking within browsers, but please bear in mind this is only compatible with Tobii Pro range of eye trackers.
May I ask which tracker and SDK you are working with?
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