Meet us at CES! Booth 25534 South Hall 2

The Eye Tribe will be exhibiting for the first time at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas between 7 and 10 January 2014, and we will be demonstrating our new $99 eye tracking development kit: The Eye Tribe Tracker SDK. So if you haven’t already seen it in action, this is your chance to try… Read more »

Giving out free eye trackers for great ideas!

Shoot zombies, slice fruits, scroll websites, select apps, fly a drone, detect drowsiness, measure reading skills, evaluate reader engagement or attention span, and much much more. The number of ways to apply eye tracking are countless – we want your help to identify ideas, and build the best ones. Today, we announce a competition in… Read more »

How Eye Tracking Will Become a Part of Your Everyday Life

As featured in Citizentekk. Not very many people have experienced the thrill of controlling a device with their eyes, simply because eye trackers today are very expensive and do not offer any useful applications to the average consumer – this will change very soon! “You get superpowers,” “it’s like magic” or “it’s a futuristic interface… Read more »

Inside The Eye Tribe: Launch time!

Today we are proud to announce the pre-order of our first product – The Eye Tribe Tracker. The Eye Tribe Tracker is a small hardware device that you can plug to any device with a USB 3.0 port, and start utilizing eye control for your existing applications and games. The first batches of The Eye… Read more »

The Eye Tribe story

Many good stories have come out of Scandinavia over the centuries and the most famous of these are the fairy tales. In all fairy tales the heroes have to go through much hardship to reach their goals and often they are tested and have to show great feats of valor and ingenuity to surpass the… Read more »

Going mobile… and getting there

Back in April we were proud to demonstrate the world’s first eye tracking software for Android. We have been working hard ever since to bring our unique technology to mobile devices, and we we promise you that great things will come. Originally we were expecting to launch our Android SDK this summer, but after doing a… Read more »