We have streamlined our Windows Control software to give you a consistent experience with no room for confusion or the risk of getting stuck. All settings and features in the next generation Windows Control are gaze enabled. This means you have the ability to calibrate as well as change dwell time, users, languages, input methodology and much more by yourself. Fully gaze enabled settings means total control for you.
The calibration process itself has also been completely redesigned and further improved. It now features a “pop the dot” calibration, which is even more engaging and fun. During the process, you can look away from the screen and then return and continue from where you stopped. No assistance is needed in the calibration process, allowing you to take full control. You can as well use the easy calibration with only 1 or 2 points or images to focus on. At this entry-level calibration, an assistant can step through each calibration point manually with the user for an optimal result.
Even more settings make it possible for you to define your best individual setup. Early eye gaze users can increase the taskbar width and reduce the number of tasks to only one, which simplifies selection enormously. Experienced users, on the other hand, can lower the dwell time or add more buttons to the taskbar in order to increase efficiency and speed. All adjustments can be done by yourself, which can help to avoid frustration and miscommunication.
To quickly access all of those important eye tracking settings, you now have a controller window directly on the screen. The new controller window is always available on the screen and lets you start/pause eye tracking or pop up the track status to check your position. It also provides direct access to the settings for further adjustments.