- 28/12/2019 at 08:17 #13706Edward11Participant
Hello kind people! I’m an engineering student and my team and I are working on a prototype of a powered wheelchair which can be moved, by people with the Lou Gehrig’s disease, with an eye-tracking system. So I made a few research, I’ve discovered Tobii’s sensors and I am planning to get one. But I have a “tough” question and maybe people who have a Tobii’s sensor can help me… I saw that, in order to click, you have to look an accurate area on the screen, and a menu shows up. Then you have to look at “simple left click”, “double left click”, etc. But the problem is that we planned to create a software which allow you to only overflight an area in order to activate something without access to this previous menu. My question is : Is it possible to desactivate this menu and do a left click automatically?
Thank you very much!28/12/2019 at 19:52 #13715Grant [Tobii]Keymaster
Hi @edward11 and thanks for your query. Judging by your specifications, it seems you would be best placed to speak directly with Tobii Dynavox which is a business department dedicated to using eye tracking technology for the benefit of disabled users.
Kindly get in touch with the sales team their @ https://www.tobiidynavox.com/ and someone should be able to get back you promptly.
Best of luck with your future project 🙂
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