Before, a key pressing was required to start a calibration. Currently, after some updates, the calibration starts automatically right after the eyes being “minimally” centralized. This is wrong for me. Our display device changes its position, and not the my father’s head (who is an person with ALS).
Hi @alexandre, I asked on your behalf and I am afraid there is no intention to reintroduce the button requirement behaviour into the EyeX software. I created a feature request, but for the time being I would recommend you stick with an older version that provides the functionality you need. Apologies for any inconvenience.
Thank you very much for your asking and solidarity.
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