PCEye Explore

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PCEye Explore

Play, Track and Learn

The PCEye Explore peripheral eye tracker has been discontinued. But don’t worry, it has been replace by the PCEye Plus, the world’s first peripheral eye tracker to combine advanced eye tracking technology, speech recognition, switch and infrared (IR) into one complete solution.

SKU 750464

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A fun way for students to...

- learn gaze interaction
- access educational activities
- prepare for AAC devices that use eye tracking

The PCEye Explore is an entry level, peripheral eye tracker that opens up the wonderful world of gaze interaction to everyone. With the PCEye Explore, young or inexperienced users get a simple, fun and no-fail way to learn how to use eye tracking and gaze interaction, while at the same time preparing them for AAC communication.

Connect it to your laptop or desktop and PCEye Explore lets you move the mouse pointer and perform left clicks, using only your eyes. This basic functionality, in combination with Boardmaker lets your students access everything from schedules and positive behavior supports to books and writing activities.

Product Info Sheet

PCEye Explore User's Guide

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Size
12.6x0.8x0.7 in/321x19.2x18.2 mm

Weight
0.7 oz/69 g

Power Consumption
2.5 W average

Processing Unit
Hosted, CPU load <10%

Connection
USB 3.0

Working Distance
18-32 in/45-80 cm

Head Box (width x height at 28
in/70 cm distance)

19x15 in/48x39 cm

Gaze Data Rate
55 Hz

Screen Size
<24" Screen (28"-30" gaze angle) - Excellent
25"-27" Screen (31"-33" gaze angle) - Average

System Requirements
Windows 7/Windows 8.1
2.4 GHz quad core Intel i5 or i7
8GB RAM, USB 3.0

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