The Eye Tribe software allows visual control of computers, laptops, tablets and smartphones, allowing web browsing and the use of applications, without hands or peripherals to interact.
This eye tracking system allows users to use the interfaces of different Operating Systems, based on a quick calibration of the location of the head of the person who is about to handle it.
Its manufacturers propose the incorporation of this software in the products, allowing this alternative access to technology to be extended to more applications. An example implementation is EyeProof, an application that analyzes the look of a user on an application to publish a "heat map" of the areas where they look the most, and an example of compatibility for the field of people with cerebral palsy is the Gazespeaker.
The Eye Tribe enables eye control on PCs and mobile devices by combining it with existing control means such as touch, tilt and keys to enhance mobile user experiences. The software is priced at $99. For more information visit: www.theeyetribe.com.