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    Hi, I’m conducting a research using the HTC VIVE Pro Eye which integrated a Tobii eyetracker. I’m wondering if I can capture the eye image and record the eye movement as a video(not the gaze direction data) through the internal camera using SDK. As The vive sdk stated that they didn’t support this function. Thus I come here to ask for help. Thank you very much

    Grant [Tobii]

    Hi, I’m afriad that the eye images require the purchase of a special licence to gain access. If you are still interested, please PM me to continue the conversation with the sales staff.

    Aliza Naz

    HTC VIVE Pro Eye, which integrates a Tobii eye tracker, primarily focuses on providing gaze direction data rather than raw eye images or recorded eye movement videos. However, capabilities and SDK features can be updated over time, so it’s essential to check the latest documentation and resources provided by HTC and Tobii.

    Here are some general steps you can take to explore the capabilities of the HTC VIVE Pro Eye and Tobii eye tracker:

    Check Documentation and SDK Updates:
    Make sure you have the latest versions of the HTC VIVE and Tobii SDKs. Check the official documentation for any updates or new features related to eye image capture or eye movement recording.

    Contact Support:
    If the documentation doesn’t provide the information you need, consider reaching out to the official support channels for both HTC and Tobii. They may be able to provide insights into the current capabilities or suggest workarounds.

    Community Forums:
    Explore community forums related to HTC VIVE and Tobii. Developers often share their experiences and workarounds in such forums. It’s possible that someone in the community has found a solution or has information on accessing the raw eye images or recording eye movements.

    Experiment with Tobii API:
    Tobii provides a separate SDK that might have additional features compared to the VIVE SDK. Check Tobii’s developer documentation and experiment with their API to see if it allows you to capture eye images or record eye movement.

    Consider External Solutions:
    If the internal camera of the HTC VIVE Pro Eye doesn’t support capturing eye drake cursed images or recording eye movement as a video, you might explore external solutions. Some researchers use external eye-tracking hardware and software setups that are specifically designed for capturing detailed eye movement data.

    Remember to comply with privacy and ethical considerations when working with eye-tracking data, and ensure that any solution you develop or use adheres to relevant guidelines and regulations.

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