- 10/02/2014 at 23:05 #426
Do you have any knowledge of people using your SDK to develop apps over Android (ARM) based systems? Any advices?11/02/2014 at 16:41 #434AndersParticipant
yes, the Gaze SDK has been used to develop apps for ARM-based Android systems. For example, the ibeam concept tablet with embedded eye tracking developed by NTT DoCoMo, Fujitsu, and Tobii.
In addition to the plain C API, there is also an experimental Java binding for the Gaze SDK in the works, which might be released officially if there is enough demand for it.11/02/2014 at 20:52 #437
That would be amazing! 🙂14/02/2014 at 19:45 #466Gabi ZunigaParticipant
Does the experimental Java binding for the Gaze SDK relies on NDK to bind to Java?
Is it possible to get hold of a early drop of the Java bindings before release?
If not then is the Gaze android SDK compatible with the Android NDK environment so that I can build the bindings myself?
Gabi.18/02/2014 at 10:20 #478
You do not need the NDK if you want to use the Java bindings. There are prebuilt versions included of the Gaze SDK (in the form of two .so files, one for the raw Gaze SDK and one with the JNI bindings).
Before we publish the Java bindings we need to update them to the latest version of the C API. Stay tuned!24/03/2014 at 17:29 #604
Any news?25/03/2014 at 10:53 #607
Thanks you for the reminder! The whole R&D team is focused on the EyeX SDK at the moment, so the Java bindings have not been prioritized. If you are in a hurry, it is probably easier to use the C API and build the Java bindings yourself. We will post an update when there are any Java bindings available.14/06/2014 at 16:59 #1179ShreyasParticipant
Are the Java bindings available now?16/06/2014 at 11:54 #1183
Shreyas: Not yet, but we’re getting there. Are you also developing for Android?16/06/2014 at 11:57 #1184ShreyasParticipant
Yes. Looking forward to their availability. Any idea how long will it take?30/09/2014 at 09:47 #1764Ognjan HedbergParticipant
I am interested in using Gaze SDK for Linux on ARM cores. Currently that is not supported by Tobii so a fallback could be to use Android and for that I understand that the above mentioned Java binding is important. Is this binding included in Gaze SDK now or will it be included in the near future?01/10/2014 at 07:27 #1772
Still no news on Gaze SDK for Java. It is in the near-term backlog, but not the most important thing right now. Keep on asking for it!
Ognjan: For you first evaluation round, my advice is to see how far you can get with the Gaze SDK C API for Android. The C API has some command line samples you can build upon.19/04/2015 at 23:38 #2877MaximeParticipant
Has anybody made any progress on wrapping the C API with JNI? I’m looking into this, and wondered if I had to start from scratch.21/03/2017 at 05:45 #6532RakeshParticipant
I have a question..
Is it possible to cross compile the Eye X SDK (or maybe any of Tobii’s other SDKs) on a Linux/Android ARM based systems to support our apps?27/03/2017 at 18:12 #6576Grant [Tobii]Keymaster
Hi @awrak, I am afraid that for the time being Android/ARM is not supported with the current EyeX SDK (or indeed any other) for the time being. However, we are constantly developing new release and supported architecture, so be sure to sign up for our newsletter and check the Tobii website for updates in the future. My apologies for the inconvenience.
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