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Bilando
29th June 2014, 09:25
Take a look at an interesting piece about eyegaze technology being developed by a software developer in Israel living with MND. Google "BBC Click". Its always good to see and read about anyone living with MND fighting back !

Terry
29th June 2014, 12:18
Quite interesting Bilando;

Gal Sont - co-founder of Click2Speak and it's link is :- http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-28041743

It would be nice to know more.

Regards Terry

gerald
29th June 2014, 16:15
Aye guys yes saw this gall has als himself and is a computer expert by trade he feels his new system is up tp 40% quicker to respond, only saw short version but he is determined to keep it in expensive. Lets hope it continues to be developed
Gerald

Ellie
29th June 2014, 16:52
It’s necessary to have an eye tracker device to use this software.
The software is free to download.

optikey_julius
2nd July 2015, 14:08
Click2Speak supports TheEyeTribe eye tracker, which is $99, as well as the Tobii EyeX tracker which is $139. The software is free.

An alternative (which I wrote for full disclosure) is OptiKey, which is also completely free and can be used with either of there trackers, or a mouse (or Camera Mouse). I posted about it here: http://forum.mndassociation.org/showthread.php?6409-OptiKey-full-computer-control-(and-speech)-with-your-eyes&p=50038#post50038

Ellie
2nd July 2015, 15:23
To clarify: in Europe, the Tobii EyeX is €99 plus vat , p&p.
Try to avoid buying stuff from the USA, due to very high import duties levied.

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