[solved] Making a mouse-alternative for multiple monitors
I'm trying to create something and I'm hoping someone here can help me with some questions.
I'm an experienced Python developer. I want to build an eye-tracking setup in which I don't have to use a mouse. I want to use an eye-tracker to look at the point where I want to click, and then click with the keyboard. (I can do the logic for a magnifying glass, that's not a problem.)
The problem is: I need an eye-tracker setup where it can follow my gaze across 3-4 monitors. I need to be able to program it in Python. I don't know a line of C or any other programming language, so that's important for me. I'll be quiet happy to buy multiple eye-tracking devices if needed, as long as it works. I'm hoping for an eye-tracking solution that's mostly proven because I don't know anything about eye-tracking and I'd rather not have to spend too much time fiddling with the eye-tracking logic, just the mouse logic.
Can you recommend eye-tracking hardware/software with which I could do this?
Thanks for your help,