Tobii Eye Tracker 4C for PC/Laptop w/ GR Wildlands, Supports 40+ Windows Games

Tobii Eye Tracker 4C with Ghost Recon Wildlands, Next Generation PC Gaming Eye + Head Tracking, USB2.0

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Unlock Eye & Head Tracking in the latest PC Games including; Watch Dogs 2, Tom Clancy's The Division, Elite: Dangerous, ARMA III, MS Flight Simulator X, & DayZ, with the Tobii Eye Tracker 4C.

TOBII EYE TRACKER 4C

PC GAMING EYE TRACKER w/ HEADTRACKING SUPPORT

This is the Eye Tracker 4C from Tobii, who is a global leader in eye-tracking. Their vision is for all technology to work in harmony with natural human behavior. Eye tracking is exactly what it sounds like, tracking the movement of the eyes, with this information we are able to provide devces with greater insight to the user’s intention and make the iser experience more natural and intuitive.

The Eye Tracker 4C only needs a single USB 2.0 connection and gamers can experience an entirely new way to interact with the environment and characters in their favourate games. The 4C is the second generation eye-tracker from Tobii replacing the Tobii EyeX that launched in 2014.

FREE GAME

Free Ghost Recon Game

FREE GHOST RECON WILDLANDS GAME

For a limited time only, the Tobii Eye Tracker 4C comes with Ghost Recon Wildlands for PC.

Tom Clancy’s Ghost Recon® Wildlands is the very first military shooter in a massive, dangerous, and responsive open world that you can play entirely solo or in four-player co-op.

You will receive a notification through the Tobii Eye Tracking core software message centre. The message will notify you that you are eligible for a digital download copy of Ghost Recon as well as the redemption instructions.

TOBII EYECHIP TECHNOLOGY

Includes Tobii EyeChip™

The world's first eye tracking ASIC, the EyeChip provides numerous improvements over the Tobii EyeX including reduced data exchange, CPU load and power consumption from the host device. With this, the 4C requires only a single USB 2.0 connection, making it compatible across a wider range of host devices.

HEAD TRACKING SUPPORT

Simultaneous Head Tracking

The Tobii Eye Tracker 4C is the first and only PC gaming device to provide simultaneous head and eye tracking functionality, adding a hugely immersive experience in simulator games. Head Tracking isn't available on all games.

COMPLEMENT YOUR INPUTS

Tobii Eye Tracker Usage

The Tobii Eye Tracker is intended to compliment rather than replace your traditional gaming inputs. Using the gamers eye movement to create a new input, pairing eye tracking with your current mouse and keyboard or gamepad controls give gamers a richer, more immersive experience as they are able to mimic actions that occir in real life, such as looking for cover or aiming at a target.

COMPATIBLE GAMES

40+ Compatible Games

4C owners have over 40 Tobii Eye Tracking Enhanced titles play with, including Watch Dogs 2, Deus Ex: Mankind Divided, Tom Clancy's The Division and more. Tobii is working with game developers and studios all over to world to accelerate the adoption of eye tracking in gaming, expecting over 100 titles by the end of 2017.

WHATS IN THE BOX

1. The Warranty and safety & compliance papers

2. Two mounting brackets for installation. one to get started right away and the other as a spare.

3. The Tobii Eye Tracker 4C with attached USB 2.0 cable, 80cm.

4. The installation guide with instructions on how to mount your eye tracker to a laptop or monitor.

5. Tobii Eye Tracker 4C Box.

Specifications
Model Tobii Eye Tracker 4C
Tracking Compatible Population 97 %
Eye Tracking Support Yes
Head Tracking Support Yes
Built-in ASIC Chip Yes
ASIC Chip Model Tobii EyeChip
Illuminators Near Infrared (NIR 850nm)
Max Screen Sizes
  • 27" @16:9
  • 30" @21.9
Operating Distance 50 - 95 cm
Track Box 40 x 30 @75cm
Frequency 90 Hz
CPU Load <1 %
USB Data Rate 100 KB/s
Connectivity 1 x USB 2.0
Cable Length 80 cm
Power Consumption 1.5W
Compatible Systems Windows PCs
Dimensions & Weight
Weight 95 g
Dimensions 335 x 17 x 15 mm (WxHxD)
Warranty

Please note your statutory rights are not affected.

For further information regarding Scan's warranty procedure please see our terms and conditions

Details
Duration:
12 months
Type:
Return to base
DOA Period:
28 days
RTB Period:
12 months
Manufacturer Contact Details
Manufacturer:
Scan Computers International Limited
Telephone:
0871-472-4747
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Does this work if you wear glasses?

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Tobii Eye Tracker 4C for PC/Laptop w/ GR Wildlands, Supports 40+ Windows Games
Tobii Eye Tracker 4C for PC/Laptop w/ GR Wildlands, Supports 40+ Windows Games