- 19/12/2014 at 16:08 #2252AndersParticipant
that’s an interesting idea. I’ll forward it to the people working with settings and such.19/12/2014 at 16:18 #2253Sean DoyleParticipant
If it’s possible to switch in software (e.g., expose what routine the hotkey would call) then a little OpenCV program could probably do the switching as well.27/01/2015 at 01:18 #2436KristaParticipant
Curious if its technically possible to have one tracker on each monitor / would that work? Or interfere with itself / only be able to run one? Love the switching workaround idea…27/01/2015 at 11:38 #2438AderynParticipant
Everyone here is using double monitors aswell, so don’t worry that it’s not in the pipeline.
I must say, Petros idea is a pretty good workaround.26/03/2015 at 15:20 #2752Guido GambardellaParticipant
Another multi-monitor user.
More precisely, that’s why I wanted an eye-tracking device, to develop a multi-monitor PCB CAD.26/03/2015 at 16:35 #2756RichParticipant
I’d be more than happy to have an array of these (one on each monitor) and assign a hot key to select actively tracked monitor, Lets say CTRL+1/2/3/../n
I hope in the future the software would be able to see that the user was out of view to the left or the right and switch to the next tracker along in an acceptable amount of time.
-Rich.27/03/2015 at 23:34 #2769Carson SParticipant
+1 for the ability to have multiple monitors, even if it means an eye-tracker per screen.03/04/2015 at 01:53 #2802Ron BesselingParticipant
+1 for the ability to have multiple monitors, as most professional users have multiple monitors…
Ron29/04/2015 at 23:14 #2910AlexanderParticipant
+1 vote13/05/2015 at 18:39 #2967Nitipon SuratwisitParticipant
+1 and please also consider supporting multiple monitors stacking up vertically as in my case I have 4 monitors mounted in 2 pillars side by side.
Nitipon17/05/2015 at 10:05 #2976Thane PullanParticipant
i have multiple monitors but one is solely a tv with vlc media player, i’d have to get use to using multiple monitors. perhaps i can do this in the future02/06/2015 at 19:51 #3052StephenParticipant
I’d like to add my voice here as well. Especially with focus on gamers, being able to use your second monitor for reference, builds, and current in-game stats can be tremendously helpful. Those who actually stream games also need to manage their stream chats and features, which they usually keep on a second monitor. I also think Petro Samoshkin’s solution is a great idea until it’s more fully supported.05/11/2015 at 15:53 #3695Sean DoyleParticipant
Is there any update on this issue? It’s an issue for a project here that is starting in a few weeks – if it’s supported we can use EyeX; if not then we’ll look at other options. Thanks!10/11/2015 at 10:39 #3733Jenny [Tobii]Participant
No news I’m afraid. There is still a double limitation: the EyeX Controller and Steelseries Sentry drivers currently only support one eye tracker connected to the system, and the EyeX Engine only supports one screen to be setup for eye tracking.04/01/2016 at 18:40 #4015Mike PerryParticipant
What if the video card combines 3 monitors into one resolution? Like NVIDIA Surround?
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