GazePlay Opens Up the World of Gaming

GazePlay opens up a wide world of gaming for poly-disabled people with limited use of their limbs or voices. The free, open-source software grants users access to nearly 60 games playable with an eye tracker. GazePlay works on Windows, MacOS and Linux. Moreover, it can be used with all eye trackers that allow mouse movement. […]

Eye tracking technology

Individuals with ALS, a spinal cord injury, muscular dystrophy, Rett Syndrome, and more may all have little to no upper body strength.  The inability to move upper extremities once meant these individuals could no longer independently operate something like a PC, but eye tracking software changes that. Tobii Dynavox is a company offering several products and […]

Eye-controlled wheelchair developed by teenagers

Two teenagers from Duisburg, Germany have built a system which enables a wheelchair to be controlled by eye movements.  The two teens, Myrijam Stoetzer, 14, and Paul Foltin, 15, were inspired by the EyeWriter Project, which was built for Tony Quan by his friends.  In 2003, Quan was diagnosed with ALS and now cannot move any […]

New Tobi PCEye Computer Eye Control Device

For individuals with disabilities that affect their mobility and dexterity, computer use is a difficult task. Navigating a screen with a standard mouse or typing with a keyboard can be an arduous or even an impossible undertaking. Tobii, the world’s leading vendor of eye tracking and eye control devices, with offices in the United States, […]