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- 30/03/2016 at 12:06 #4924
The MinimalCalibration.cpp in the Gaze SDK is to set the calibration right?
How do you save the calibration, and with what functions?31/03/2016 at 14:48 #4934
Also, do you create a new profile to save each calibration with the gaze SDK, or you can save and use the calibration without a new profile?
the common.h header file returns an error when the program is built,
any thoughts?31/03/2016 at 16:18 #4935
Is it possible to Build the MinimalCalibration and MinimalTracker file without having a gaze enabled-application?
Since the files return error when compiled using another IDE or BUILD does not even appear when using VS 201218/04/2016 at 14:21 #5053Johan Beck-NorénParticipant
Yes it should be possible to build just the samples that are included in the SDK. How are you building these today?
The gaze sdk does not have any handling of profiles per se. The calibration data on the device is reset when the device loses power (e.g. when unplugged). The gaze sdk provides functions for collecting calibration data, as well as saving and loading calibrations. For further information please refer to the developers guide.
Depending on what platform you are using, and if you need profile handling, I would recommend using the EyeX SDK since this has support for profiles including display setup and calibrations.
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