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 Tobii Eyetracker Mouse emulation 
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One Eyed Hopeful

Joined: Fri Jan 25, 2008 12:28 pm
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Spend some hours to figure out, how to move mouse pointer with just a gaze (for Tobii Eyetracker)

You'll need only FreePIE and this script:

Code:
from ctypes import *
user32 = windll.user32

def update():
   
   global enabled
   
   looking = tobiiEyeX.userPresence == "Present" and enabled
   if (looking and enabled):
      posx = tobiiEyeX.gazePointInPixelsX
      posy = tobiiEyeX.gazePointInPixelsY
      user32.SetCursorPos(int(posx),int(posy))
      
      
   diagnostics.watch(enabled)
   diagnostics.watch(posx)
   diagnostics.watch(posy)
   
      
if starting:
   enabled = True
   tobiiEyeX.update += update
   
toggle = keyboard.getPressed(Key.F4)

if toggle:
   enabled = not enabled


F4 toggles mouse following gaze mode.

Correct yourself for your needs.


Sun Oct 14, 2018 4:26 pm
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One Eyed Hopeful

Joined: Sun Dec 09, 2018 5:03 am
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Does the freepie tobii plugin able to detect single eye squinting/wink? or blinking given X miliseconds of dwelling(time taken to gaze on a spot) time? I saw it is implemented in software called IRIS but is not very programmable. I want to use the blink and squint/wink to do some macro.

If you imagine like squinting my left eye for 1 secs to trigger a zoom scope. something like that.
I always thought of Tobii as programmable utility rather than just for gaming purposes to improved its overall usefulness and im currently trying to start a youtube channel to inspire disabled gamers to use some tech stuff to play some games.


Sun Dec 09, 2018 5:18 am
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