GP3 Eye Tracker

GP3 Eye Tracker – a compact eye-tracking system with fast calibration and the 60Hz working frequency. It can be used as an assistive device or in various researches.

Gazepoint GP3 Eye Tracker

GP3 – is a hardware eye-tracking module, which was developed and created by Gazepoint. This device is pretty compact; its sizes are 32cm x 4,5cm x 4cm, while its weight is 250 grams. GP3 can be installed on any display with 24” diagonal or lower, by using a special VESA-mount, which can be purchased separately.

Main fields of use of this tracker are marketing researches and evaluation of websites and computer services usability, as well as ophthalmological research. GP3 can also be use as an assistive technology device for those, who can’t use traditional computer manipulators due to their physical features.

Notebook with GP3 Module

GP3’s working frequency is 60Hz. This device is incredibly easy in installation and operation, while provided software allows to perform an automatic calibration by 5 or 9 points. Active working field of this device is a square with sides of 25 centimeters. The user may incline his or her head backwards and forwards by 15 centimeters. Accuracy of user’s sight tracking of this device is from 0.5 to 1 centimeter.

GP3 is provided with a basic set of software (Gazepoint Analysis Standard software), while the manufacturer offers additional software for websites usability evaluation for $995 and $1495.

Its eye-tracking module works under Windows 7, 8, 8.1 and 10 operational systems. The device requires at least Intel Core i5 with 4 gigabytes of RAM.

GP 3 Eye Tracker can be delivered with various sets of software, which makes it possible using this device for scientific, marketing or medical purposes, as well as an assistive technology. When paired with virtual keyboards, this device can serve as an augmentative communication tool for fully or partially paralyzed people. Fast calibration feature and high accuracy make this eye-tracking a perfect solution not only for daily use at home, but also for rehabilitation in specialized medical centers.