- 15/11/2017 at 05:04 #7589
I downloaded TobiiEyeXSdk-Cpp-1.8.498 and tried the board game sample and also the activatable buttons and they run fine as long as I use a keyboard button to execute the command.
When I try to run these samples using Windows 10 Fall creator update, it seems that there is a problem
so the cursor moves fine with my gaze, but when I need to click with the mouse
(instead of the old way which is using a keyboard button) it clicks in a different location…
do you know a way we can use these samples with the new features of Windows eye tracking??
Thanks15/11/2017 at 17:22 #7593Grant [Tobii]Keymaster
Whilst there has been a considerable amount of improvement over the older SDK, the syntax is similar.
I wonder if you could kindly replicate this issue using the new Core SDK on your system and let us know
if the problem persists.
I would say the included sample application “Interaction_VirtualWindows_101” available for download @
https://github.com/Tobii/CoreSDK would be an appropriate comparison. Many thanks.17/11/2017 at 18:29 #7606
Thank you for your reply
I am a little bit confused so pls help me
I am using Microsoft visual studio express 2012
and I mainly code in C++
when I go to the link http://developer.tobii.com/tobii-core-sdk/ to download Core SDK
there are 2 options: I think Tobii Interaction API Install is good for basic applications
I think Nuget installation would not be available to VS2012, am I right?
for the other DLL installation, it is written:
Browse for the downloaded Interaction.Model.dll and Tobii.Interaction.Net.dll and add these libraries.
I am confused from where to get these exactly??
I think I need to do this step before running the samples right?
I already downloaded the CoreSDK from this link you provided: https://github.com/Tobii/CoreSDK but I can not find these DLLs
I also tried to do the steps for Nuget installation but I have this error:
Error 1 This project references NuGet package(s) that are missing on this computer. Use NuGet Package Restore to download them. For more information, see http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=322105. The missing file is ..\..\packages\Tobii.Interaction.0.7.1\build\Tobii.Interaction.targets. C:\Users\NeuralPC\Documents\TobiiCoreSDK\CoreSDK-master\samples\Wpf\Interaction_Wpf_101\Interaction_Wpf_101.csproj 136 5 Interaction_Wpf_101
can you please help what to do to be able to run the samples??
and also are there any VC++ samples? these are in C# right?
Thanks19/11/2017 at 13:50 #7611Grant [Tobii]Keymaster
Hi @sarahhosni, apologies it seems the download link for the DLL libraries is missing.
What you can do is either grab a copy of VS2015 express (for free) and use NuGet to download the DLL and simple copy them
over to your 2012 project library folder or PM me with your personal email address and I can send you over a copy.
Regarding VC++, we don’t have these bindings available just yet, but are working on it for the future, so please stay tuned to Tobii Tech online.20/11/2017 at 21:07 #7619Alex [Tobii]Participant
CoreSDK has only C# bindings at the moment.
For C++ please use Stream Engine API or the legacy EyeX SDK.
If you are working on a computer game then please contact us directly on PM. We have a special Game Integration API that is’s simpler to use than Stream Engine API. But it’s sort of internal now.21/11/2017 at 02:37 #7625
I am trying to develop a simple application where I can click on buttons and textboxes using onle “eye” no clicking on the keyboard.
If I can use the legacy Eyex SDK for that purpose please provide me with a link where I can download it from because I am very confused.
Thanks21/11/2017 at 04:17 #7627
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