CUSTOMIZE WITH SHOGUN
Skip to Main Content

What selection options are available in Windows Control?

november 16, 2017

Windows Control selection settings can be modified and adjusted within the Activation and Feedback settings.

A user who can utilize a switch along with eye tracking may be able to get more consistent and accurate results by using a switch for activation.

 

Activation Method

Changes the activation method for gaze interaction.
Dwell: Selects your current option when you hold your gaze on it long enough.
Switch: Selects your current option when an external button or switch is pressed.

Dwell Settings

Windows Control Activation and Feedback settings.

Button Dwell Time: The amount of time that the user must hold their gaze on an object before it is activated.
Keyboard Dwell Time: The amount of time that the user must hold their gaze on a keyboard button before it is activated.
Look Away Before Reselecting: When activated, the user cannot select the same object twice without looking away first, preventing repeated selections of the same option.
Limit Eye Gaze Buttons: Restricts Windows Control to only work with Tobii Dynavox applications.

Switch Settings

User-added image
Minimum Click Duration: The amount of time that the user must press the switch before it makes a selection.
Duration Between Clicks: The amount of "dead time" that Windows Control waits before allowing further switch input.
Look Away Before Reselecting: When activated, the user cannot select the same object twice without looking away first, preventing repeated selections of the same option.
Limit Eye Gaze Buttons: Restricts Windows Control to only work with Tobii Dynavox applications.

Feedback Settings

Windows Control Feedback settings.
Feedback Type: Allows changing between a rotating clock, a shrinking dot, or no feedback.
Feedback Color: Adjust the color of the feedback dot.
Feedback Size: Adjust the size of the feedback dot.