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- 16/11/2014 at 21:34 #2029Peter ThorParticipant
I’m working on an interactive tool powered by simultaneous eye- and hand-tracking technologies. I’ve noticed that this is complicated by the common wavelength used by many of the devices out there.
Is there a way to shift the center wave length that the EyeX uses?
Peter17/11/2014 at 11:22 #2039Robert [Tobii]Participant
The optical parameter in the eye tracker, such as wavelength, have been carefully optimized for maximum eye tracking system performance. I’m afraid they are not possible to modify.
It would be interesting to know what hand-tracking devices you are integrating with. We have previously experimented with Leap Motion v1 and Kinect for Windows v1, without noticing any interference effects.17/11/2014 at 13:34 #2043Peter ThorParticipant
thank you for the reply. I understand. Yes, you are correct about the interference effects. I am using the Leap Motion v2 at the moment for this specific prototype tool, but the leap is highly affected by the flashing of the EyeX, thus my question.14/03/2016 at 07:37 #4753belinda lauParticipant
Hey guys, I’m using Tobii X60 now. And I also want to use kinect together with tobii to do other things. Will this two stuff interfere each other?16/03/2016 at 11:39 #4784Grant [Tobii]Keymaster
Hi @belinda, this is generally not the place for information regarding to Tobii Pro devices, however I can confirm for you that the Microsoft Kinect and Tobii X60 may work together without interference.
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