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- 05/01/2022 at 07:27 #21505JKParticipant
I was wondered to see the new TD Copilot product.
It’s amazing device helping people cannot touch the screen to experience iOS world!
I found the possibility of expanding TD Copilot system to training/education apps, currently need messy stand and additional camera and laptop + software in training/education with iPad.
Since I don’t have TD copilot device (It’s not for the developer, and quite expensive), I played around my IS5, IS4 dev devices but no success. After carefully read TD Copilot manual, it seems the ‘case with battery’ has some (MFI certificated) device inside it, to change gaze movement to some kind of coordinates like mouse and deliver it to iPad.
My questions are
-is there any dev-kit working on iPadOS like TD Copilot?
-Does TD Copilot has additional embeded device converting IS5 gaze stream to coordinate? (Since iPadOS cannot detect ANY of above IS5/4 devices, even they detect it as eyechip.)06/01/2022 at 12:09 #21513Grant [Tobii]Keymaster
Hi @ipsych, please reach out to Tobii Dynavox for an answer to your query @ https://www.tobiidynavox.com/pages/locations
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