Tuesday, June 7, 2011

Grinbath's EyeGuide

Texas based Grinbath recently announced the EyeGuide head mounted tracker. It's main competitive advantage is the low cost $1495, academic discounts are available ($1,179). The device captures eye images using a wireless camera, running on three AAA batteries, and streams these to a computer for processing. The package includes basic software for analysis and visualization.  See the whitepaper for more information. 

1 comment:

Brian Still said...

I think it's more than affordable. It runs on Macs as well as Windows, and all software upgrades to improve eyeguide are free to users for the lifetime of the system. Going with mobile headwear also is useful for future versions that will allow for testing on Droid and iTunes platforms.