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- 15/05/2017 at 18:38 #6872
I’m just trying to set up a ‘Hello World’ example in Python using an EyeX tracker. I’ve followed the guide given in the SDK documentation to subscribe to the GazeData stream, but my callback isn’t doing anything. Below is a link to a Gist with my short attempt. What am I missing?
Subscribing to GazeData for eye tracker with serial number
Unsubscribed from gaze data
Last received gaze package:
As you can see from the final print statement, my global_gaze_data variable is never assigned.15/05/2017 at 22:42 #6874
Hi @chuck, could you kindly provide some information of what SDK you are using? There was a python binding created by a user for the Gaze SDK but that has now since been deprecated and replaced with our new low level API which you can get @
This is a low level API so please only use it if you know why you are doing it. Very little support is going to be provided.16/05/2017 at 01:10 #6877
The command “pip list” shows that I downloaded tobii-research (1.0.4) with the “pip install tobii_research” command.
I’ll check out the StreamEngine and see how it works — thank you!17/05/2017 at 23:26 #6891
Hi @chuck, thanks for the clarification. In fact this SDK (Tobii Pro SDK) is specifically designed to only work with Tobii Pro devices such as TX300, TX-120, etc and *NOT* the Tobii Tech range of trackers such as EyeX or C4.
Accordingly, these python bindings will not work with the EyeX.
Hopefully you manage to get up and running with our new low level Stream Engine… best of luck!18/05/2017 at 02:17 #6892
I did by using the .NET SDK instead and going from the minimal example provided. Thanks! 🙂18/05/2017 at 21:09 #6899
Cool, glad you managed to get yourself up and running!
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