We offer a variety of hardware editions of Tobii Pro Glasses 2 that are optimized for specific use cases, allowing you to run eye tracking studies in research contexts that were not previously possible.
Modified to fit under most head protection solutions, the Pro Glasses 2 Helmet edition allows for data collection in many industrial working environments. These include fields like construction, mining, power, and forestry, where the risk of head injury to workers is constantly present. This version also works well for helmeted sports such as ice hockey, baseball, American football, as well as car and motorbike racing. Lightweight with a compact design, the Helmet edition provides tools for professional training and performance assessment without compromising with safety or taking individuals out of their workplace or sport training.
Tobii Pro Glasses 2 Medical edition has been given medical grade certification within the European Union. In conjunction with other diagnostic tools, this edition can be used to identify abnormalities associated with visual disorders including, concussion, psychological disorders, and dyslexia. Patient's conditions can be continuously monitored and physical rehabilitation progress evaluated, both in real-time or through recorded footage.
Pro Glasses 2 Medical edition can also be used to improve training and optimize work environments for medical staff in clinical settings. By following the gaze of top surgeons and other medical experts a deeper understanding of their skills can be obtained and used to shorten the learning curve for beginners. Attention gaps, reasons for miscommunication, and human errors can also be identified and fixed with the use of eye tracking information.
Without losing the vital parts for functionality, the Integration edition of Pro Glasses 2 seamlessly fits into advanced helmet systems and face protection systems with pre-made mounting interfaces and an adjustable flex cable. Aviation and other highly specialized jobs can leverage this Integration edition for their head gear in both training and real-world scenarios.
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