- 19/02/2015 at 20:49 #2574Mark CastleParticipant
I used to be able to easily download the Gaze SDK from the downloads page. What happened to this? Now I’m redirected to a long winded form that requires filling out personal information. After completing that step, I opened my email and waited, but never received a download link. I just needed a new copy of one of the sample programs, but now I’m stuck waiting on support because of the new system. Why was it made so difficult to obtain the Gaze SDK?20/02/2015 at 13:01 #2577Konstantin [Tobii]Keymaster
did you receive the mail by now?
I did an manual resend about an hour ago.
Konstantin20/02/2015 at 21:34 #2579Mark CastleParticipant
Yes, thank you.24/08/2016 at 10:56 #5578Alan McNicolParticipant
I would like to download the Gaze SDK, however, when I click on the link to the form to apply for that, my browser lands on this forum page instead…24/08/2016 at 12:47 #5582Alex [Tobii]Participant
May I ask you why you want to use Gaze SDK? In most cases EyeX SDK would be a preferable choice.24/08/2016 at 15:21 #5584Alan McNicolParticipant
I’m at the start of a project to develop some hardware & software to help a profoundly disabled teenager have some control over her environment. She was deprived of oxygen at birth and suffered substantial brain damage. She cannot speak or read and has very limited motor control. She does enjoy music and TV and an obvious improvement to her life would be to give her the ability to switch these on and off, change channel etc. The family are friends of mine and they do not have much money so I offered my services for free. Eye tracking is one approach of several I am considering as part of the system. I had it mind to develop my own eye/head tracking software based on a reasonably high resolution camera and openCV (which I have experience of) but since the EyeX is inexpensive and well developed already I thought it would be worth a look. The Windows only element is unfortunate as I had it in my mind to use Raspberry Pi/beaglebone black type hardware but I know you do other systems as well that would be compatible with these and the EyeX offers me a platform to evaluate the SDK. Given the intended user of the system is not typical, I believe access to lower level code would increase the chances of successful use of the hardware in this application.24/08/2016 at 15:43 #5586Alex [Tobii]Participant
Did you try to check TobiiDynavox products? Maybe one of their product will fulfill all of the needs.
If you want to develop it yourself I would still suggest using EyeX SDK. Currently it’s Windows only but it will save you a lot of time for doing calibration, data filtering etc.01/09/2016 at 14:17 #5632ChristianParticipant
Is there currently a way to download the Gaze SDK? The link to the document simply redirects to this forum.
I want to use the Gaze SDK for an Angular2 App by using the “gazejs” npm module and for that i need the SDK.
I’m using a Tobii Eye X02/09/2016 at 11:55 #5635Grant [Tobii]Keymaster03/10/2016 at 13:40 #5740Anshul JainParticipant
I am using a Tobii EyeX and previously I was able to download tobii gaze SDK from the download link provided , but now it’s not available . Please mail me the download link so that I can download it.04/10/2016 at 09:40 #5743
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