QuickACCESS enables quick and natural control of Windows-based programs with a Hot Spot user interface. Targeted mainly as assistive technology in the AAC and Disability Market, QuickAccess allows the user eye mouse control of a desktop computer. Where touch screens transformed devices in the past, eye tracking QuickACCESS will revolutionize technology in the future. […]
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For many getting through security is one of the more stressful, and often the most time consuming part of travel. Long lines, random searches, and confiscated items. News reports are published all too often showing TSA as the antagonist in consumer travel. What those news reports don’t often show is how TSA is working to […]
An updated version of QuickACCESS includes a new HotKey interface to help speed the set-up and calibration process for users. The installer can be downloaded here – QuickACCESS The HotKeys interface allows the use of the F-keys on the keyboard to set-up a user without needing a mouse or touch-screen. See the summary below: F1 […]
EyeTech earned the Grand Prize at Metro Phoenix Export Alliance’s (MPEXA’s) Export Challenge competition last night and $25k which will be used towards expanding distribution in Japan, India and China to help spread #EyeTracking across the world. “Our technology helps people anywhere so being a global company really helps diversify our revenue stream,” said Keith […]
Last month I had the privilege of meeting two of our longest active eye gaze customers and I thought I would share my experience meeting these two incredible people with stories of persistence and dedication. I met with Dr. Rahamim Melamed-Cohen and his wife on a warm afternoon in their home in Jersusalem. It was […]
Published on Jun 2, 2017 by CADimensions, Inc. Meet Devin, a young engineer with a passion for design! Devin uses the power of SOLIDWORKS as well as his design skills to overcome obstacles created by his Cerebral Palsy.
This video shows the capabilities of an innovative and adaptive training module that captures eye tracking to capture visual search process measures in addition to behavioral responses. Developed by the Transportation Security Administration Office of Operational and Technical Training in conjunction with DHS S&T, ScreenADAPT has shown a 45% increase in efficiency with no loss […]