Assess, understand and report
Tobii Dynavox Gaze Viewer is an assessment tool for the SLT (SLP), teacher, parent, educational psychologist or anyone else wanting a better understanding of a user’s capabilities.
With Gaze Viewer and a Tobii Dynavox assistive technology eye tracker you can:
- Record real eye tracking data from any application, whether from the Internet or e-books, games, movies and more.
- View what the user has seen, items looked at, the order viewed as well as the areas that have been fixated on.
- Save the data as single images or movies, with heat maps and gaze plots, and use them to assess an individual’s physical capabilities and cognitive understanding.
Easy for all to use
Gaze Viewer works with Tobii Dynavox eye trackers, such as the PCEye Explore and PCEye Mini. It functions as an assessment tool for the SLT (SLP), teacher, parent, educational psychologist or anyone else wanting a better understanding of a user’s capabilities. It is easy to use, simple to get up and running and only takes a few minutes to start making simple reports.
Gaze Viewer helps to answer several questions like: Can the user see the screen? Can they select a button? Do they recognize certain items?
With Gaze Viewer, you can record eye tracking data from any application, like a favorite YouTube clip. This allows assessments to be done in a setting that is less stressful for the user.
Gaze Viewer allows you to see exactly what the user has seen and the areas they have fixated on. Use this information to understand, not only the end result of an action, but also the process of getting there. Then, determine what content is right for the individual user, if they are looking at relevant information or following along while you are reading.
Assessment tool with many uses
There are virtually limitless assessment and test applications for Tobii Dynavox Gaze Viewer including:
- Comprehension testing
- Reading/literacy assessments for nonverbal children
- Cognitive/processing delay assessments
- Reminiscence testing
- Low pressure testing environments for children
- Proving cognition in low functioning adults
- Validating the potential use of an eye tracking AAC device for communication
Record real gaze data, with or without auditory prompts, or simply watch real time live gaze from any application. Being able to record from any application, such as a YouTube movie, makes it possible for stress free assessments.
See what the user has seen, items looked at, the order viewed as well as the areas that have been fixated on. Everything is clearly presented with gaze plots and heat maps superimposed on top of the application used for the assessment.