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Eyegaze Foundations - myGaze Eye Tracker
The myGaze Eye Tracker relies on supreme technology to provide robustness and ease of use for customers on limited budget. Low Latency Smart Binocular Eye Tracking For all gaze interaction applications low latency is crucial. With less than 50ms system latency the myGaze® gaze tracker is a leader in its class. The smart binocular gaze tracking mode compensates when one eye is temporally not traceable and continues tracking the remaining eye. Optimal Performance The myGaze® is specifically designed for a wide range of participants and applications where robustness is important, and for different conditions of eye color, age, glasses, contact lenses, or environmental lighting, where an optimal performance is needed.
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WELCOME TO MASSMATCH ATRC ONLINE DEVICE INVENTORY!
New Pick-Up and Drop-off Center on North Shore
Starting in June, patrons of the MassMATCH Assistive Technology Regional Center, ATRC-Boston, can now pick-up and drop-off borrowed AT devices at the Independent Living Center North Shore and Cape Ann (ILCNSCA. Contact Information: 27 Congress St. Suite 107 Salem 01970 email@example.com 978-741-0077
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Welcome to the MassMATCH ATRC Device Inventory Database!
MassMATCH is the Commonwealth of Massachusetts' initiative to Maximize Assistive Technology (AT) in Consumers' Hands. This online public database reflects the inventory available for loan at our three Assistive Technology Regional Center (ATRC) locations in Pittsfield, Worcester and Boston. Please feel free to browse the database. To borrow devices from the ATRC, you must create a free user account and then search by item name in the text field at the top of this screen labelled "Start Here."
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