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Eye Tracking the iPad With Tobii Glasses July 21, 2010

Posted by Jon Ward in eye tracking, Glasses, Technology, Tips And Tricks, Tobii, Usability & UX.
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With the recent launch of two great products, the iPad and the Tobii Glasses, we have of course received huge volumes of enquiries about combining the two. Tobii themselves have posted a video online of the Wired app being tested, so we thought why not have a look at a couple of sites ourselves. There is no specific test in the example video below, more of a general browse of the website using the glasses but you get the idea of how flexible the Glasses can be. Holding the device can be natural, no stand or clamp required, and I can orientate the device as I see fit. The unique interface of the iPad, including its pinch zoom functionality is a far different browsing experience than on a PC (not to mention ‘Flash-less!’) and something that more clients and UX consultants are aware of and are building and designing with in mind. For more information on the Tobii Glasses you can check out our new page on our website (http://www.acuity-ets.com/products_glasses.htm) which gives you an overview (although mostly about shopper interaction) or give us a call on 01189 000795 or drop us an email at sales@acuity-ets.com where we will happily answer any questions, discuss your options and arrange a demo.

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