Toolkit for the development of wearable analysis applications
The Tobii Pro Glasses 2 API (application programming interface) allow developers to take full advantage of the wearable eye tracker by creating amazing applications customized to different types of research. It comes with a developer's guide and code samples.
This API is platform and language independent and supports only Pro Glasses 2.
Download is free of charge.
"Eye tracking with the wearable Tobii Pro Glasses 2 adds a new dimension to our prosthetics control and user-interface work. The new API with data streaming will enable users to direct our robotic prosthetic devices in real time through both tracked gaze location within the local environment and the navigation of interactive augmented reality-control menus."
One API—many different uses
Pro Glasses 2 API consists an HTTP REST to control our wearable eye tracker in live setups, as well as comprehensive documentation of the internal file formats in order to read the recorded data from the glasses for post-analysis applications.
The HTTP REST API offers full access and control of Pro Glasses 2 in live scenarios. It enables you to calibrate, start and stop recording sessions, and get a live data stream of imagery from the scene camera video and gaze data. Live feedback and user-monitoring applications are just two examples of solutions that are possible using HTTP REST API.
Researchers who need to import the eye tracking data for analysis can use Pro Glasses 2 recording data directly from the SD card in the Recording Unit. Pro Glasses 2 API makes this process easy by providing full documentation of files and file structure on the SD card.
"We see exciting new applications for Tobii Pro Glasses 2 and its new API. They provide a new platform for quantifying visual orienting response behavior in real-world scenes."
Here you can download Tobii Pro Glasses 2 API for free. It comes with code samples and a developer's guide.
Clients to Pro Glasses 2 HTTP REST API can be written in any language on any platform, as long as the language and platform of choice supports HTTP (GET, POST, DELETE, etc.) requests. Most modern programming languages do.
Pro Glasses 2 API only supports Pro Glasses 2.