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- Set up myGaze Assistive 2 camera in Grid 3
- Switch settings in Grid 3
- Eye gaze settings in Grid
- Touch settings in Grid
- Mouse and pointer settings in Grid
- How to configure Mobi 2 switch inputs to work with the Grid 3
- How to configure Tellus 5 switch inputs to work with the Grid 3
- Grid 3 and Tobii PCEye Mini
- Using Ablenet Blue 2 bluetooth switch with Grid 3
- Setting up a BJoy Stick C Lite with Grid 3
- Using Special Features in WordPower for Grid 3
- Auditory Scanning in Grid 3
- Using Grid 3 to play Steam games
- Using WhatsApp with Grid 3
- How to use a myGaze camera to blink to click in Grid 3
- Troubleshooting switches that are not working in Grid 3
- Delayed or unresponsive touch screen
- Where can I find the myGaze EyeMouse Play software?
- EyeMouse Play reporting problem with USB 3.0 connection
- Cursor drifting to the side of the screen when using Quha Zono
- Using Grid 3’s commands to change settings
- Setting up your Irisbond Duo camera in Grid 3
- How to change between two access methods in Grid 3
- How to hide the rest cell
- Grid 3 version 43 and TobiiDynavox Eyegaze
- Irisbond Duo advanced crash reporting system
- How to set up Look to Read and Look to Learn with eye gaze in Grid 3
- Firewall pop up when using Irisbond Hiru camera
- Tobii discontinue AAC software compatibility for gaming cameras
- Getting started with Lumin-i
- Eye gaze track status update
Eye gaze track status update
Grid 3 version 78 (August 2022) includes a number of updates to the eye gaze track status window.
You will find improvements to the user experience and several unique features for Lumin-i users.
The Settings – Eye gaze window has been updated to make it easier to get started with your camera.
We have added a three step colour code for checking your position. These colours are colour blind safe and easy to understand.
Green – OK
Orange – Acceptable
Red – Poor or issues
Face and Eyes toggle
You can now toggle between face and eyes on the track status window.
When Face view is selected, the colour of the face represents the distance to the camera. It also tells you if the camera can see your eyes, but not the full visibility of your pupil.
When Eye view is selected, the colour of the eyes represent the full visibility of each eye. (If you are using a camera that does not support eye visibility, this will default to show distance).
Larger track box bumpers
New for Lumin-i users
There are a number of new features available for Lumin-i users.
An advanced Positioning guide gives you detailed information to help you position your camera correctly, and check your position against your previous calibration.
The new distance indicator shows if the Lumin-i camera is too close or too far from the user’s eyes.
Camera distance (approximate)
The distance between the users eyes and the eye gaze camera in centimetres or inches.
Eye visibility (%)
The Lumin-i camera reports how visible each eye is as a percentage, this indicates how much of the users eye the camera can see.
Angle of the users head in relation to the eye gaze camera.
The users position when the eye gaze camera was last calibrated.
A short description of the current track status.
Tip: You can use this information to position your device exactly as it was before, reducing the need to recalibrate!
New commands and cells in Grid
The new positioning guide can be added to any of your grid sets to create accessible track status grids.
You can find all the new commands under Access settings in the command library.
These cells will only appear when a compatible camera is connected.
Many of the new commands have a cell style option. Selecting Positioning guide will use the new styles including the colour warnings. Selecting Cell style will allow you to adjust the look using the editing tools.
Tip: To change the colour of the face, eyes or indicator when using the Cell style, use the Font colour.
Eye gaze distance indicator
Use the distance indicator bar to check if you are too far or too close to the eye gaze camera.
Camera distance measurement (Lumin-i only)
Displays the approximate camera distance measurement in centimetres or inches.
Head angle (Lumin-i only)
Displays the current angle of the eye gaze camera in relation to the users head.
Eye visibility (Lumin-i only)
Displays the current visibility of the selected eye (left or right).
Track status description (Lumin-i only)
Displays the current track status in easy to read text.
Speak track status description (Lumin-i only)
Reads out the current track status of your device. Note that you do not require the Track status cell present for this to function.
Tip: You can add the speak track status description command to the Track status description, or eye gaze monitor for audio feedback of your position!
Eye gaze monitor
You can now select the appearance of the Eye gaze monitor live cell.
Eye gaze monitor display
You can now set the display to face, eyes, video, manufacturer or cycle between.
Using the new commands
You can use the new commands together to build your own track status grid set!
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