Using different tools to assess eye control skills, professionals working with children and adults will be able to make a decision about the appropriateness of using eye control for computer access and communication for their users, but at the same time carry out assessments and tests of different skills and abilities.
Look to Learn is a tool that serves to develop the skills of accessing a computer and selecting by sight, but in a fun way. In addition, it can be used to analyze view tracking and obtain information about the relevance of what the user was looking at and its progress.
Gaze Viewer is used to capture eye tracking data from various applications and store that data. With it, it is possible to carry out various assessments and tests, for example, for the ability to understand, reading and literacy of non-verbal children, recall, cognitive processing of data and others.
The Eye Gaze Learning Curve contains 54 fun activities that teachers and therapists can use as a tool to assess visual skills and a child's potential to use gaze control.
Learn more about the most common assessment tools: Look to Learn, Gaze Viewer and Eye Gaze Learning Curve.