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- 30/01/2018 at 20:22 #7857ruben vandebroekParticipant
Because of the smooth surface of the Microsoft Surface tablets, The adhesive tape on the mounting brackets is not strong enough and the brackets keep falling off. I have tried multiple other ways to attach these brackets but nothing seems to work.
I was wondering if there is any CAD data available of the outer shell? This way I can build and 3D print a custom mount for surface tablets. If CAD is not available maybe some very accurate measurements?
Has anyone else have experience with mounting the eye tracker 4C on Microsoft Surface tablets?
R01/02/2018 at 11:55 #7862
Hi @rabon, thanks for your patience, I am trying to obtain these files for you .. however, supplying the CAD files will necessitate the signing of a NDA to proceed and so naturally I cannot provide them publicly.
Please PM directly with your email address and we can proceed privately. Many thanks.12/11/2019 at 13:07 #12292Razvan PamaracParticipant
May I also receive the 3d model for the “Tobii Eye Tracker 4C” in order to design an support for our applications here at the University in Sibiu, Romania.
We are currently developing a interactive training station and I am charged with fixing the sensors on this table.
I would prefer an neutral format like “STEP” or “IGS”, but I will do with anything you could provide.
My e-mail is [email protected] .
You can check our progress using this link: http://dificil.grants.ulbsibiu.ro/ro/
Thanks and hope to here soon from you for I am on a bit of a tight schedule.13/11/2019 at 09:45 #12303
Hi @eu-razwy-1991, good news! Your request has been approved and I have sent to your email address a copy of the information requested. Best of luck with your project and let us know if we can provide any further assistance.26/04/2022 at 05:56 #21820Reece HodgesParticipant
May I also receive the 3d model for the “Tobii Eye Tracker 4C” in order to design an support for our applications here at Swinburne University in Hawthorn.
We are currently developing an eye-tracker controlled wheelchair. A “STEP” file is ideal but we will settle for whatever is available.
Reece27/04/2022 at 12:46 #21826
Hi Reece, please send me a PM to continue this conversation privately, thanks!02/05/2022 at 03:36 #21840Reece HodgesParticipant
Thank you, I have just sent one!
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