Overview Of the TM5 Mini Eyetracker
The TM5 mini by EyeTech is a 42 FPS eye tracker, offering the first eye-tracking-on-a-chip smart camera for Multi-OS support. With AEye Tracking Technology, the TM5 mini offers fine-grained cursor control for accessing your favorite applications with your eyes.
Equipped with EyeTech's proprietary AEye 1.0 Tracking Technology, the eye tracker offers more predictive and lower latency image capturing. Eye tracking technology is embedded on a single chip for specialized hardware acceleration. Resource intensive image processing is offloaded from your computer and processed independently. This provides you with a smooth experience during the most demanding applications.
By day and by night, our strobing IR lights enable robust tracking no matter the lighting. In addition, an optical filter integrated into the front cover improves tracking near windows and other tough lighting conditions.
Magnetic mounting allows for easy install and sharing across multiple computers. Home, school, work... keep your eye tracker with you, no matter where you are.
PORTABLE DESIGN PERFECT FOR TRAVEL
Modular, flexible and with a single USB connection, the TM5 mini can easily be combined with a speech generating device or PC to travel anywhere with you.
EYE TRACKING ON THE CHIP TECHNOLOGY
All image processing is done on the camera board - relieving the host device of the processing burden, while delivering smooth and consistent eye gaze performance.
Our TM5 is covered by Medicare/Medicaid and most private insurance companies.
Connect the TM5 mini directly to your computer using the included USB cable. Magnetic mounting plate holds the eye tracker securely in place. VESA plates available for tablet/display mounting.
CUSTOM LIGHT FILTER
Improves performance near windows and outdoors.
DARK PUPIL TECHNOLOGY
Infrared illumination, mono and binocular tracking allows for more robust eye tracking over a range of users.
GREAT HEAD MOTION TOLERANCE
Optimized 10 mm lens provides large head motion box for those who suffer from involuntary body movements (e.g. cerebral palsy, autism, Rett syndrome, etc)