The Tobii X2-60 is a great piece of equipment used for eye tracking in research environments. The only problem is that the EPU (External Processing Unit), which is basically a little computer, has to sit on a desk in front of the subject. If you have subjects with hands that like to push buttons and grab things then this is a problem. Working with children, we knew there had to be a better solution.
A mounting bracket that attached to the back of a monitor using standard VESA mount hardware would be ideal. Tobii doesn't offer such a mounting bracket, so we made one.
I'm pretty pleased with the simple design. It's not fancy, but it works. If you aren't constantly moving your monitor around, I don't think you'll run into trouble with the EPU falling out. That said, It's probably a good idea to remove the EPU from the bracket if you are moving the monitor.
Another version is in the works that is offset from the center so that this device can be used with a mounting arm.
Developed by Graham Holt, Laboratory of Cognitive Neuroscience, Boston Children's Hospital. This object was modeled in FreeCAD.