Tobii EyeAsteroids

The Arcade Video Game by Tobii Technology

Tobii EyeAsteroids screenshot


Not emulated in MAME Coin-Operated Arcade Video Game

Tobii EyeAsteroids © 2011 Tobii Technology.

Tobii EyeAsteroids is the first and only purely eye-controlled arcade game in the world. Gaze interaction is fast and intuitive and adds entirely new dimensions to gaming and arcades.

Earth is the player's avatar in the game. To defend itself from oncoming asteroids, Earth can fire laser beams wherever the player is looking and pick up items by moving over them. If Earth collides with an asteroid, it takes damage. If it sustains enough damage, Earth is destroyed and the game ends.

Asteroids are the game's main antagonists and are governed solely by initial inertia and gravitational forces. Gravitation affects all entities in the scene, pulling them toward each other.


Tobii EyeAsteroids the  Arcade Video Game
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(members only)
Dimensions (LxWxH): 26x27x79”, 66x68x201 cm
Total weight: 617 lbs, 280 kg

CPU: Core 2 Quad Q8400 2.66GHz
Graphics: nVIDIA GF 405 512MB
Display: HP LE2201W, 22”, Maximum Resolution 1680 x 1050, 16:10
Coin slot: Optional
Timer: 3-in-1 programmable digital timer
Audio: Philips SPA5300 sound box
Power & operating requirements: 100-240V 90W AC adapter for PC. Separate power adapter for eye tracker
Operating system: Win 7 Pro 64bit

Players: 1
Control: Tobii IS-1-L Eye Tracker
Trackability: < 95% of the average population
User height: 4’5”—6’5” 135-195cm, (Classic version)


• Power-ups:
- Bombs: can either be picked up for a large point bonus, or they can be destroyed to clear the screen of asteroids. Beware that destroying a bomb yields the player no extra points and destroys other power-ups floating about.
- Batteries: can be picked up for a short burst of energy, doubling the output effect of Earth’s laser.
- Health baubles: can be picked up to regenerate lost health.
- Shields: grant Earth invulnerability to all attacks for a limited time.

Game's screenshots.
Game's picture.
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Page last modified on October 28, 2013