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> The next step is to start interpreting the calculated gaze positions into a
> switch activation. opengazer outputs everything to a port as it works, which
> should make things a bit easier. Any suggestions on good assistive software
> I can play around with? I hear there's this great "Jambu" thing... :)
> in response to this from Stephen, if you need anything done on Windows I
> could write a socket application to listen for that port and then interpret
> the gaze positions to detect for switch activationbased on the threshold
> method at first. I might have the wrong end of the stick, but if any of
> this sounds useful let me know.
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