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    Testing Tobii eye tracker and motion control

    For those with any memory its me again testing motion control for disabled gamers. Now I have just been sent a dev. Test kit from Tobii who make a very nice eye tracker.

    Dirty bomb is a fast fps so a great way to find oit how to make the eye tracker work competitively with our own motion control devices. Yes we have come a long way.

    So the question is:
    Will using Tobii and the included and unmodified software be recognized as cheating software or can I safely test this online?
    Also is there a way to request setting up a test server where I can work with some devs to make DB disavled friendly?

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    Re: Testing Tobii eye tracker and motion control

    I remember you, that's cool you're still pursuing this

    there's a discord channel the devs frequent
    http://forums.warchest.com/showthrea...l=1#post547351
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    Re: Testing Tobii eye tracker and motion control

    Would be awesome if it's possible to get this sort of thing working (please share a video if you manage to do so).

    Why not test in offline/singleplayer to start with though?
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    Re: Testing Tobii eye tracker and motion control

    I think he's more concerned with the anti-cheat

    might want to ask the source
    https://www.easyanticheat.net/
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    Re: Testing Tobii eye tracker and motion control

    Quote Originally Posted by darkco1a View Post
    For those with any memory its me again testing motion control for disabled gamers. Now I have just been sent a dev. Test kit from Tobii who make a very nice eye tracker.

    Dirty bomb is a fast fps so a great way to find oit how to make the eye tracker work competitively with our own motion control devices. Yes we have come a long way.

    So the question is:
    Will using Tobii and the included and unmodified software be recognized as cheating software or can I safely test this online?
    Also is there a way to request setting up a test server where I can work with some devs to make DB disavled friendly?
    I am using Tobii eye motion tracker for months now without problems on some simple office task and to kill boredom. I also asked Devs on Reddit if its legal and it is.

    Honestly, device is not that helpful, mostly not working at all for FPS games. For DB - well. Not worth. And I play on ultrawide 4k and this is for laptops primary.

    But what I want to try is HTC VIVE!
    Last edited by _milla; 25th Sep 2017 at 23:11.
    >> I think ETQW is better than DIRTY BOMB <<

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    Re: Testing Tobii eye tracker and motion control

    for an abled person it's not likely any better, but for someone with one arm it would be a game changer
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    and every time Nail comes in and ruins it

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