EyeTech launches EyeOn gaze tablet

EyeTech Digital Systems has launched EyeOn, an all-in-one, ultra-slim eye gaze tablet that enables people with mobility and motor impairments to use eye movement to select, type, and speak.

Using only their eyes, users can navigate the internet, select items, and communicate through text-to-speech with text and symbols.

EyeOn’s intuitive technology uses state-of-the-art algorithms to produce extreme stability and reliability, capturing and translating the user’s eye movements into precise mouse control.

All eye tracking is processed on a dedicated FPGA chip that can be tuned and dynamically adapted to each user for optimal performance.

“We designed the EyeOn platform for individuals who primarily use eye gaze to control their Augmented and Alternative Communication (AAC) devices, using our proprietary AEye 2.0 technology for a beautifully compact, highly portable tablet speech generating device,” said Robert Chappell, Founder, CEO, and CTO of EyeTech.

At just 19mm thick and a little over two kg, the hands-free device comes with several AAC applications.

EyeTech also announced the Success Coach Program where coaches can customise the onboarding experience for users and caregivers, leading to improved overall user satisfaction as they regain their independence using their EyeOn device.

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