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02/02/2022 at 21:16 #21642
Thanks for your reply, despite the Vive Pro Eye being no longer supported.
As a reminder, this is the warning message that I’m concerned about:
G2OM was initialized with a capacity of 30, but was supplied with 32. Purging overflowing elements.
It sounds like you are suggesting that this is a frame-rate issue. This would be a lower-impact problem for our study, but the warning itself seems to imply it relates to a limit on the number of objects tracked by G2OM, which would be a significant problem for us. Can you confirm the meaning of this warning, and whether it might imply that not all objects we’ve added for tracking are indeed reporting fixations?