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Ankimote developer here. I was thinking about writing something to control Anki using this gaze tracking library, but I came to realize it would be slower than finger movements since you'd need to keep your gaze in an area for a second or two to avoid false positives. It also takes a good deal of effort to consciously focus your eyes at a small area of a screen, which would probably distract the user from thinking... - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
Do you know about JS libraries which can be used in the browser to perform eyetracking (gaze prediction) using a webcam? I was giving a look at the WebGazer JS but wanted to know if there are some other alternatives out there. - Source: Reddit / 3 months ago
FOVE - An eye tracking virtual reality headset (pre-launch)
Eye Yoga - Improve eyesight, relieve eye strain and prevent presbyopia.
Umoove - Face and eye tracking for mobile devices/gaming
WaveNet for Chrome - A wrapper for Google Cloud Text-to-Speech
ScreenLab API - Simulated eye tracking API
Jabberwocky - Communicate through text to speech by moving your head