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- 28/08/2014 at 09:10 #1559
Can you use the EyeX for websites? I know that they got a chrome plugin so cab I use that for a website?02/09/2014 at 09:52 #1573
Now I’m curious. What could possibly be cooler than using eye tracking in web apps?!15/09/2014 at 16:06 #1644
You’ll see!17/09/2014 at 18:27 #1671JohnParticipant
Eye tracking for the Oculus Rift.17/09/2014 at 20:39 #1672
Hahaha! John you made my day!24/10/2014 at 11:38 #1891dotchParticipant
Any news on this?
Can you give a rough estimation on when to expect it?
(for my personal case it would be enough to know if it will be released within the next 3 months or not)28/10/2014 at 12:48 #1906
To help us to prioritize the right solution, it would be great to know your use case. For example: do you need to create something that works in a regular web browser, or are you using some sort of glue framework like Chromium Extension Framework or Awesomium?28/10/2014 at 18:34 #1913
I want JS for using hover and visual feedback on webpages.18/11/2014 at 02:56 #2051Jaideep SundaramParticipant
What types of “events” will be supported?
I’d be most interested in the mouse equivalents of:
1. hover (stare-at)
2. mouseover (glance-at)
3. mouseleave (glance-away)
4. click (blink)
5. double-click (double-blink, maybe…)
Thank you in advance,
J18/11/2014 at 14:09 #2056Nexii MalthusParticipant
Don’t use a plugin! You would be obsolete from step one.
To open up to the web you need to use modern standards.
Take a lession from the Leap Motion JS api: WebSockets.
You don’t need to use their code, but at least inspect and learn from it.
Basically the drivers open up a websocket as a transport layer and the JS framework then connects to this.26/03/2015 at 16:06 #2755Sean DoyleParticipant
Just noticed this thread. I agree with Nexii- the way that the LeapMotion API works is ideal. It’s great that it works on Mac and PC; it’s great that I can integrate into any browser or Node.js process. Please do this :-).03/04/2015 at 11:53 #2804Bruno BurkeParticipant
Accessing the EyeX via WebSockets would be great. Almost every language has some sort of library to send web-requests and convert JSON Data, so this will be a solution for multiple Programming Languages!
Maybe someone who reads this is able to merge the MinimalGazeDataStream example project with a micro Webserver and publish it as open source?04/02/2018 at 22:51 #7876MostafaParticipant
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