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  1. How can we make the PassThrough content as a texture streaming like we use a webcam? In other words, I want to render the PassThrough to a plane as a texture. Platform: Unity3D 19, Windows Device: VIVE pro
  2. Hi Everyone! I'm working with HTC Pro Eye in Unity using SRanipal. I would like to know if there'se any chance to change Gaze Ray Sample 2; creating two different gaze rays, for each eyes. And if it possible, it is possible obtain data from each eye? Otherwise, is possible to change Gaze Ray form, with a panel of my creation create inside Unity? I mean, i create using Panels a particular effetc which simulate low vision conditions, and i would like to use this panels, as a replacement of "pink" ray gaze offered in the SDK. Thanks for the help.
  3. Hi everyone, I'm struggling with reaching the specified sampling rate of 120 Hz (8.33 ms) on a VIVE Pro Eye HMD. We use the SRanipal eye callback: SRanipal_Eye_v2.WrapperRegisterEyeDataCallback() in a script, derived from MonoBehaviour. The registered callback is only called every 14~16 ms, which leads to approx. 62 Hz. Way below the targeted 120 Hz. I think the PC specs are quite decent and should allow for 120 Hz sampling: Windows 10Pro Intel i7-10750H (specs can be found here) 32GB Ram GeForce RTX 2070 with Max-Q Design Following tool versions
  4. Hello Forum, We are a group of students using HTC Vive Pro eye for Eye Tracking as part of our academic project. We need to get the eye tracking data at its maximum capture frequency, having tried the following methods we still fail to capture data at 120Hz, 1. We tried to set the Application.targetFrameRate to more than the default targetFrameRate but it did not work as the number of records did not change. We added it to the start function as in the link below: https://docs.unity3d.com/ScriptReference/Application-targetFrameRate.html 2. We tried implementing threads as mention
  5. I have imported the SRanipal SDK (SRanipal_SDK_1.1.0.1) into my Unity Project. This program works well, and could get eye tracking information on Unity Editor (Unity 2019.2.15). However, This program couldn't get the information as built file (exe). It seems that the built file couldn't Synchronize with SR_Runtime (Ver.1.1.2.0). It has the same result of the new project that just imported SDK. Is it necessary to edit something Unity's Property, in particular, When I build a program. @Corvus
  6. Problem I'm having some difficulty getting the plugin for unreal engine installed for the Vive Pro Eye Headset. Following the directions in the documentation leads to compile errors when I go to launch the project. In short, I can't get the plugin to compile or the project to load correctly. Done: [X] - Installed and running steam VR [X] - Installed and running SR_Runtime [X] - Calibrated Eye Tracker in Steam VR Error Trigger Pasted unzipped unreal plugin into C++ blank UE4 project. Returned message from unreal: Result of
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