GazePointer :Control mouse cursor position with your eyes via webcam.
GazePointer is a software that uses an ordinary webcam to estimate the direction of your gaze. This information can then be passed to other applications. For example, used in conjunction with Dasher, GazePointer allows you to write with your eyes.
In order to run the software, uncompress the zip file and double click on GazePointer.exe. No installation is necessary.
You can also check out GazeRecorder, which records your eye movement on the screen:
- WebCam EyeTracking
- Moving mouse cursor with eyes
- eye-tracker via ordinary webcam
- Free Head Movments
- Eye PC control
- Compatible with all types of Webcam
There was a spam in the "Switch Viacam" comment. This seems to be free, but it does not work well. It's a good idea that was poorly executed.
The software is ingenious - gets better results out of a bog-standard laptop webcam than any other free solution I've tried so far. Sadly, it appears that there is no source code offered - I thought that Sourceforge was FOSS-only, so I'm surprised. What would have been a fantastic base for a FOSS disability-capable app is currently not usable for anything else.
Mayur Das (ilovefreesoftware.com) : "I loved this ingenious software which lets the physically disabled use their eyes to control the computer. The software is easy to setup and use but most of all requires no costly hardware or software. However, I would love it if the developer added a means to use the mouse click function too. I give this software an A+."
very good project, thanks!Good,good,good.+1