Traditional gaze tracking systems rely on either contact and invasive hardware, or expensive and non-standard hardware. To address this problem research has been done into systems that use only simple hardware to create gaze tracking systems. This system attempts to prove that is is possible to create a gaze tracking system using a regular web camera and the free, open source Computer Vision library OpenCV. This is achieved by researching various techniques required for such a system and then measuring the performance of the created system. Analysis of the results concluded that while the error of the system was greater than desired, in conjunction with the research done it is possible to create a robust system using simple hardware.