An eye tracker is a device that tracks eye movements. Most eye trackers today implement computer vision algorithms to detect and track eye movements using video cameras pointed to one or both eyes of the user.

Two camera setups are commonly available: remote and head mounted eye trackers. In remote eye trackers, the camera is placed near the display used for gaze interaction. In head mounted eye trackers, the eyes are tracked by near eye cameras and eye gaze is typically computed on the image of a scene camera.

In this page you will find information about comercial eye trackers and about how the COGAIN Association can help people with disabilities. For applications, please check our “Gaze Interaction” page.

  • List of comercial eye trackers [COGAIN Wiki Page]