Skyle for iPad

The world’s first eyetracker for iPad

iPadOS Status - Latest tested version: 14.4

Control your iPad just with your eyes

Volle Kontrolle über Ihr iPad – nur mit Ihren Augen

  • Perform actions by dwelling or with an additional push button.
  • Work faster with custom gestures by using AssistiveTouch
  • Perform touch gestures without even touching the tablet.
  • No matter if bite, puff, finger or foot-switches, use external buttons to perform clicks.

Use it any longer – save energy

  • Charge your tablet while using it
  • Built-in power-saving mode. When the tablet goes into standby, the eyetracker also goes into standby.

Flexible mounting options

Use your favorite mount with the Vesa standard. On the back of the iPad case, there are screw holes for a Vesa 75 or Vesa 100 mount.

All details about Skyle

Device Specifications

  • On-chip processing to unleash the full power of your iPad
  • ~ up to 30 FPS
  • ~ 2° accuracy
  • binocular tracking
  • 45 cm – 65 cm working distance
  • USB 3.0

Integration​

  • In order to enable cross-platform communication, we relied on gRPCs
  • Completely open SDK for integration into an application
  • Use the gaze data without license restrictions
  • Swift SDK (GitHub)
  • Dart SDK (GitHub)
  • Open source communication protocol so you can integrate Skyle with your preferred programming language - (GitHub)

Minimal installation afford

To control the Tablet, you don’t even need an installation.

Use the Skyle app, which gives you new options:

    • Calibration – choose between 5 and 9 Points
    • Create and switch between profiles
    • Assign other functions to the button
    • Easy to use pause mode e.g. to watch a movie undisturbed
    • Generate test data so we can improve the algorithm
    • Update your device

Full control

  • Perform actions by dwelling or with an additional push button.
  • Work faster with custom gestures by using AssistiveTouch
  • Perform touch gestures without even touching the tablet.
  • No matter if bite, puff, finger or foot-switches, use external buttons to perform clicks.
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