Do you want to bring your stream to the next level? Start streaming with Tobii Ghost and let your viewers see where in the game you're looking. Bring a whole another level of insight into how you play!
Broadcasting with two computers?
Please check out our tutorial for setting up Tobii Ghost in a 2PC environment.
Streaming with two computers
Tobii Ghost is compatible with the Tobii Eye Tracker 4C, Tobii EyeX and selected Alienware, Predator and MSI hardware. Explore products here.
- Ensure you have the latest software set up, calibrate and run eye tracking on your device. Download here.
- Take your stream to the next level by being able to show your viewers where you look in-game. Download Tobii Ghost here.
- Link your Twitch account to the Tobii Ghost software.
- Turn on and personalize your overlay. Customize your overlay in shape, size, speed, color using Tobii Ghost software.
- Make sure the Tobii Ghost overlay is activated in your Twitch Extensions panel.
If you haven't already installed the Twitch Extension you can find it here.
- Sync Ghost latency with Twitch. Twitch currently doesn't provide the latency between the streamer and their server when showing "Latency to Broadcaster". That means for now you'll have to manually set this by adjusting this slider. Adjust latency to synchronize eye tracking with your video stream.
First, enable the eye tracking overlay in your recording software.
- Add a Game Capture layer.
- Choose to Capture specific window under Mode.
- Window: [SSOverlay.exe]: Tobii Ghost.
- Check Allow Transparency.
- Make sure it's on top of your game in OBS.
After syncing, hide the Tobii Ghost layer in OBS by clicking the eye icon as shown below.
Are you streaming on any other platform than Twitch, making video recordings or simply want to burn Tobii Ghost into the stream? This means you can watch back your VODs or clips with eye tracking still there. Also, there's no need for the manual time sync. The downside is of course that your users can't customize it.
Check below how to set it up.
- Download and install OBS
- Download and install Tobii Ghost
- After installing it should start up automatically.
- Customize it the way you want it, choose a color, shape, opacity and more.
- You can have the gaze overlay displayed live on your monitor by checking Preview in the application.
Don’t forget to turn it off if you don’t want to see it while playing the game.
- Run OBS.
- Press '+' on the Source panel in the bottom of the window and select Game Capture.
- Choose settings according to the picture and press OK.
- Uncheck Capture any fullscreen application
- Window: [SSOverlay.exe]: Tobii Ghost
- Check Allow Transparency
You should now have the Tobii Ghost layer showing. In the screenshot below we already assume you already have a Game Capture layer added.
Now make sure Tobii Ghost is running on top of your gameplay and then conquer the world. 😎