openEyes is an open-source open-hardware toolkit for low-cost real-time eye tracking.

openEyes provides hardware designs and software useful for the tracking of human eye movements.

The development of openEyes stems from the recognition that while the cost of hardware used in eye tracking systems has precipitously dropped, there is lack of freely available software that implements even long-established eye-tracking algorithms.

The openEyes toolkit includes algorithms to measure eye movements from digital videos, techniques to calibrate the eye-tracking systems, and example software to facilitate real-time eye-tracking application development.

Contributions to the openEyes Toolkit have been made by (alphabetically) Jason Babcock, Dongeng Li, Derrick Parkhurst, David Winfield.

Questions should be directed to Derrick Parkhurst (derrick dot parkhurst - at - gmail dot com).