Product Description: 

EyeControl is a wearable personal communication device that gives a voice to locked-in patients by using audio feedback and eye gestures. It is a standalone portable device without the need for a screen.

Main Features: 

  • How it works:
    • A head-mounted infrared camera tracks the eye movements and sends the information to a small processing unit which translates the movements into communication.
    • The bone conduction component provides audio feedback to the user before the communication is transmitted to the output speaker or connected Bluetooth device.
  • No calibration is necessary; only the headset needs to be in place to begin communications.
  • It can be worn 24/7 without interfering with other devices; it can be slept in.
  • The average user training is 20 minutes.
  • Communicate everywhere, even in a car.
  • The device does not obstruct the view so eye contact can be maintained while communicating. 
  • Personalization of Communication:
    • Audio gender and language can be selected for the audio menu and the external voice.
    • The user can use predefined sentences or teach the EyeControl personalized syntax. 
  • Only the user can hear the menu options before sending their communication to the output speaker.
  • May be used in conjunction with standard eyeglasses, but reflections on the glass may interfere with eye-tracking. Standard contact lenses may be worn. Colored or decorative lenses that change the appearance of the pupil or iris should be avoided as they may make eye tracking impossible.
  • The EyeControl device may be paired with a PC or tablet after downloading the relevant EyeControl application if the user wishes to use it that way.
  • Avoid using EyeControl in direct sunlight as it may interfere with the effectiveness of eye-tracking technology.

Primary Specifications: 

  •  English and Hebrew options exist as languages to control the device, and for the output speaker.

More Information: 

See Manufacturer’s website.