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- Compatibile con il 97% della popolazione. Compatibilità con i sistemi operativi Windows 7, 8.1 e 10 (solo a 64 bit).
- Supporto per oculometria.
- Supporto per tracciamento dei movimenti della testa (Beta).
- Chip ASIC built-in.
- Modello chip ASIC: Tobii EyeChip.
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L’oculometro è uno strumento che segue il movimento di occhi e testa quando si è davanti al PC. L’oculometro è un pezzo di tecnologia composto da illuminatori e telecamere che consentono ai dispositivi di capire dove un utente sta guardando.
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Installed on a curved Asus ROG 34" display using 3M Command Strips and while the included magnetic tabs and stick tape seems like an underwhelming effort on Tobii's part, it's not hard to stick this to a display.
This 4c was a time consuming pain to get running with any of the 4 games it auto-detected in Game Hub (Digital Combat Simulator, Farming Sim 17, EuroTruck2, Prepar3d). If you play more mainstream FPS or RPG games you'll likely have better results.
I finally uninstalled the Tobii Game Hub software and reinstalled and immediately the tracking worked. You need two separate Tobii programs to run head tracking for games and use in Windows, Game Hub for game and Tobii Eye Tracking which is the base program and lives in your task bar giving visual indication if it's tracking your eyes or not. Functional range seems to be about three to four feet.
In Prepar3d v3 and V4 flight simulator the eye/head tracking is truly excellent but there is no zoom forward or back axis. Still FAR better than my Track IR ever wasy and no goofy hat with a metal IR target stuck to it required, Tobii calibrates with your eyes and that's all it needs to effectively track your eye or head movement in game. Now that it works I love it - it's smooth, steady and consistent. Ample settings available in Game Hub for responsiveness, S-curves, tracking speed and several modes of eye and head tracking are offered.
Even with bright sunlight bleeding through blinds behind my head the Tobii 4c has no problem tracking.
Windows Hello works flawlessly with the infrared camera so no more passwords to login.
There are more features for Windows in the Tobii software such as keeping your screen awake until the tracker no longer detects you, warping the mouse cursor to where you are looking etc and they all work well but I don't use them. More novelty than practical for me. Gaze tracker is especially cool though to demonstrate for others.
CONS: The software looks and feels more for marketing than getting customers up and running. $149 and not one game it detected actually worked out of the box.
Setup has been frustrating, time consuming and difficult to actually get working in ANY the sims or games on both my machines and one is an Alienware 17 R4 that Tobii is built in to. Some type of diagnostic or improved interface is badly needed - Tobii website is mostly marketing and very minimal info or troubleshooting resources to help. Game Hub is clearly a work in progress. It detects games even in Steam but then offers no assistance if things don't work. I found no forums or offering aside from sending an email to Tobii.
Setting a hotkey to disable head tracking in Prepar3D v3 or v4 works, kind of. Sometimes it disables, sometimes not. Even with Tobii disabling head tracking you can't mouse or joystick pan or control view because Tobii keeps resetting the view back to center.
Mounting - really should offer a better option than sticking it to your display but it does work.
Bottom line is it's a fantastic tracker once working and I don't want to go back to mouse slewed viewing or Track IR ever. Love it!
I ordered the Tobii Eye Tracker 4C because I wanted a better feeling of immersion within my favorite space-flight simulator Elite Dangerous. It did exactly that and then some. That was all I wanted from this product and it totally fufilled my objectives.
What you are gaining from this product is the ability to control your camera with your eyes. This feels alot more natural for a flight simulator because the player will be typically playing in 1st person in the cockpit of the ship. I am not sure how the eye tracker would feel playing a first person shooter or 3rd person game but I would imagine the experience varies.
My perspective is that it would probably enhance the gaming experience, depending on the type of game you are playing. I would imagine that they would perform just as well as my positive experience in Elite.
Make sure to check the compatability of games on their official website! It has detailed information on what games are supported and what type of features the eye tracker will provide for each individual game.
An additional feature that this model has over the previous is the inclusion of head tracking. Only certain games provide head tracking but I am sure that can change in the feature as Tobii eye tracking is integrated into more games.
I was able to look at stars and gas giants while I passed them with the movement of my head and eyes. I was able to improve my game situational awareness. This especially helped out during intense moments of space combat.
This is a very intuitive product that allows me to use my eyes and head in the game and it truely feels so immersive that I feel like something is missing when I play without it. Also , it is worth to mention that compared to the previous model, the infrared lights of this product are less bright and glowy. This is great because the product itself is not really a distraction at all while using the computer.
Features outside of the game include the ability to use your eyes/face as a way to log in and out of a Windows computer using "Windows Hello". I am currently running Windows 10 and am pretty sure all Windows 10 versions have this. This is a very nifty feature to enhance the security of your computer by using your eyes/face as basically the login password. There is also the neat feature to dim the computer screen when the eye tracker does not detect your eyes. It is also possible to use your eyes as a way to teleport the mouse curser. You can assign a hotkey to push to make the mouse course teleport to where you are looking at or you can use the option to slightly move the mouse towards where you are looking at to make it "warp" to the place you are looking at. It certainly makes me do less motions physically with my hands.
Now this product doesn't give you the ability to aim and shoot with 1:1 accuracy. With that said, the tracking ability is certainly accurate to a satisfactory level. The software that is used for the product is also highly customizable and offers many options to adjust.
Originally, I wanted the head tracking feature from a Virtual Reality headset but that was just too costly and expensive. This was a great alternative to provide the immersion I was seeking. I definitely would recommend this product for gamers who like flight simulators as an alternative to a VR headset. For those that are interested in this technology in gaming, be sure to watch videos on how this product works with the games you are playing and definitely check to see if the games you have are supported.
I gave it a 4 star because, after you work with it and learn it, it's much easier. My son and daughter had no problems after spending some time. Myself, however, just couldn't do it. Need (A lot) more practise. One of the things we noticed is head movement must be very minimal to maintain the tracking connection, otherwise a lot of time is spent "recalibrating" the connection. I guess for serious gamers, who sit and don't move for hours on end, it could be good. Idk.