When Is An X Series Tobii Unit, Not An X Series Tobii Unit? June 30, 2010Posted by Jon Ward in Studio, Technology, Tips And Tricks, Tobii, Uncategorized, Updates.
Our friends over at Simple Usability have been spending their weekends geeking it up as normal…. Guy must have THE most patient wife in the world, or maybe she enjoys the peace and quiet! When I saw what he had done with his eye tracker it was too good not to share! I am a big fan of the flexibility of the X series eye tracker allowing you to test all sizes of screens, physical objects and mobile devices. However for standard usability some people don’t like having a ‘box’ in front of their monitor – thinking it may distract the user potentially…. when a user has the T series eye tracker the screen and tracking elements are all combined so it is more transparent… so Guy got his toolkit out…
By mounting some fixing screws to the base of the monitor the X series fits snugly under the monitor and looks more seamless than separate devices, it however still remains the flexibility of being used with other screen sizes, projectors and so on – including rotating the screen 90 degrees to do print and document work in a more lifelike format. You can read more about this set-up here on Guy’s blog : http://www.contentfairy.com/eye-tracking/tobii-x60-setup/
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