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This library enables the use of different eye-trackers on the Processing environment. It works out-of-the-box with the popular Tobii EyeX tracker on the Windows platform.
Hi Augusto, I tried to install the library today and it is not compatible with the current version of Processing. Any plans to update?
I've updated the library, and included a couple of more useful demos:
<:-P Thanks for sharing
Have you considered submitting the library so that it can be installed automatically through the Processing PDE Contributions Manager?
I've sent an email to Elie Zananiri a couple of days ago, but I haven't heard back.
That is correct -- you should hear back at some point. If the email isn't right you can also try contacting @prisonerjohn on the forum or on github.
The library is now available on the PDE Contributions Manager.
Congratulations and thank you again for contributing this!
Thank you, I hope it ends up being useful.
Excellent, @AugustoEst . When you developed it, were you testing with the 4C, or the EyeX? We have some interest in getting one for our lab to use with your library.
I've tried both. I can't really say that I noticed a performance difference; but then again, my demo is a very simple gaze-controlled light switch.
@AugustoEst can this library works with EyeLink system?
We're working in the university with EyeLink 1000 plus
The camera it's the same as the picture
When we connect to Processing we're using oscp5 and UDP connection