Use the Gaze Analyzer to determine how the camera is picking up your eyes. This information may help for re-positioning/re-calibrating. There are three main tricks you can try:
- Change the calibration area on the screen and re-calibrate. The computer then will take a mirror image of that calibration for use with the other half of the screen.
- If the user has bifocals/trifocals, it may be helpful to angle the P10 slightly greater than the recommended 90 degrees from the eyes.
- Put the most important buttons in the most accessible area of the screen and larger buttons in the more difficult area of the screen.