myGaze® Assistive 2, created by Visual Interaction, is gaze control of computer programs made easy and affordable. It is well suited for special needs students and their teachers as well as adults who rely on gaze for communication and environment control. No more expensive specialist support and training!
• Plug & Play – no training & support required
• No-fail calibration
• Works like a mouse with most software
• Unique classroom features
The easiest way to get started with eye gaze and progress to AAC.
• No-fail calibration!
• Intuitive "glasses" positioning
• Full teacher control
Using a switch? Try myGaze! No more fear of failure or discouragement. With our 0- and 1-point calibration everyone can get started right away to enjoy hundreds of fun activities.
• Progress at your own pace
• Open desktop applications
• Try a 5-point calibration
Use as a mouse to access same resources as peers and achieve high educational goals. Discover many new activities to refine access skills and participate and communicate.
• 9-point calibration for pixel accuracy
• Gaze accessible menu & settings
Communicate. Control the environment. Work. Enjoy myGaze!
For ALL your favorite activities in the classroom and at home.
More about myGaze Assistive Learning.
Assess: You can now objectively observe what a student can attend to and notice on screen.
Include: Students can emulate mouse access, use the same resources as their peers and achieve higher educational goals using eye gaze.
Engage: Many fun activities to refine access skills and encourage gaze users to participate & communicate more.
Empower: No limit! Skilled users can use myGaze with software for full PC access and even control the environment.
Set up was incredibly easy, as is using it… Sally very quickly understood she was activating the program with her eyes… I can‘t describe the feeling we all had when we realized she could do it, it was one of those goose bump moments, we all felt it at the same time!”
---- Carol Allen, Beacon Hill
myGaze has given Declan the opportunity to navigate around different activities with confidence which would not have been possible using a switch.”
---- Jennette Holden, AAC Specialist, Pendle View Primary School