- 04/05/2014 at 20:50 #736KonradParticipant
I’d like to know if your tracking system is actually faster than mouse.
The idea is to test the speed of acurate clicks and good site for it would be IMHO aim400kg, where gamers check their mouse acuracy, reflex and such things.
Can you do the “Exact Aiming” test and post results? http://aim400kg.ru/train/?a=ea&ln=en09/05/2014 at 10:25 #780AndersParticipant
thanks for the link, it’s an interesting way of gauging speed for sure. But a bit off-topic for this forum, since our main interest is to support developers who build eye-gaze enabled apps and games.11/05/2014 at 09:32 #816JeffKangParticipant
An eye controlled selection is probably faster for selecting elements of an item menu, spell menu, weapon menu, or menu of macros but I don’t think it’s precise enough yet to be something like the cursor of a first-person shooter.13/05/2014 at 15:04 #861skyflashParticipant
I scored about -50000.
There is no way to do good, because the precision of EyeX is not good enough for that test.
However, you are obviously aiming a lot faster than with a mouse.13/05/2014 at 17:04 #865Eugene CoxxParticipant
It might be ideal for the cursor of a first person shooter depending on the range that you are fighting at. Let’s consider Blackops 2. At at about 7-13 meters, you would be aiming for center mass. Also, that is twitch reflex aiming range, where gross motor reflex + accuracy tends to win the gunfight. If a develop wants to incorporate the EyeX into their aiming mechanic, then it may be best to do so on a range dependent basis. Maybe I’ll experiment with this when my EyeX arrives.13/05/2014 at 18:04 #866KonradParticipant
Thanks skyflash for sharing.
I wonder when this technology will be precise as mouse pointer. It will be nice boost for anybody working with computers, but I guess now, it will be calibrating couple of years in games and apps. Anyhow I can’t wait till it happens.15/05/2014 at 05:44 #883JeffKangParticipant
gigertron, a member of this forum, posted a video of him controlling the desktop, and surfing Reddit with an eye tracker and a game controller (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2IjTZcbXYQY – http://developer.tobii.com/community/forums/topic/gaming-and-desktop-mouse-control-with-the-rex/). Eye gaze is for instant large movements, and the joystick is for fine movements.
Perhaps in a FPS, you could let the eye tracker warp your aim to an opponent, and then if required, the joystick could take over for finer control of the aim.09/07/2014 at 17:44 #1321samParticipant
i have the eyex, but i dont know how to configurate it. i will play a fps to. can u help me?
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