If we can objectively track the eyes of somebody using EyeSkills, then we can start delivering hard data and hard evidence for what works best, and for whom. But how can we do this for under 800EUR (the currently cheapest eye tracking headset available)?!?
We don’t have the same high-end requirements as most eye trackers, but there is nobody providing the product we need as the price our community can broadly afford – so we have to do it ourselves.
We have discovered a way to create an eye tracking headset with a minimum of material and cost – by re-tasking an dual head short-focus endoscopic camera… but the PCB design requires modification – both to extend the camera position and to reposition IR light sources. This will cost 500 EUR for the supplier to do the redesign and provide the first three samples, for us to voluntarily then rework the core (see www.eyetracktive.org for the current design). This is your chance to support this development!