- 20/04/2022 at 13:33 #21817PeteParticipant
I would like to build a robot with fake eyes that controls the eyetracker. First I have been testing some fake high quality eyes, but they only seem to work if I hold them in front of my own face. I have tried installing them on a real-life size cardboard face (with increased contrast), but that doesn’t work either.
What are the characteristics my robot will need, next to high quality eyes?
Pete27/04/2022 at 13:31 #21832Grant [Tobii]Keymaster
Hi @pete, the Engineers here use a stryofoam head with the fake eyes glued on… I think these heads are cheap enough to order.. let us know how it goes!02/06/2022 at 13:33 #21926PeteParticipant
Hi @Grant [Tobii], many thanks for your information! In the meantime I have bought a couple of styrofoam heads and some sets of fake eyes, but I can’t seem to find a setup that works well. The eyes are seen sometimes, but not all of the time, I would even say mostly not. It also seems that they can be seen when they move, but not when the styrofoam head is just standing there. There is a huge difference between my own eyes and the fake eyes on the styrofoam head. What head/eyes combination do you propose, and are there other caracteristics which are important? Maybe you can sell me a styrofoam head and fake eyes set?
Pete09/06/2022 at 12:08 #21958
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