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Vive Pro Eye Calibration Initialization Error Troubleshooting Problem: Launching calibration shows error: "Initialization Failed" Solutions: - Power off/on PC & Link Box. - Run 'sr_runtime.exe' as Admin. Default install path: 'C:\Program Files (x86)\VIVE\SRanipal'. - Update SteamVR Runtime. - Update graphics card drivers. - Possible issue with some models of MSI laptops fixed with rollback to earlier NVIDIA driver. Fresh install of NVIDIA driver 417.71 (GPU BIOS not being updated and it does not support the latest NVIDIA driver). - Uninstall 'VIVE_SRaniaplInstaller' & 'Tobii VRU02 Runtime'. Restart and Install latest 'VIVE_SRanipalInstaller_184.108.40.206.msi'. Plug in HMD and wait for any updates to complete. - Update motherboard integrated Intel Graphics Driver (fixes system reference to incorrect openCL.dll (intel) instead of NVidia). - Disable integrated graphic card - Possible issue with wireless adapter, try running calibration with wired. - Possible issues with early dev kits. Check System Requirements: - Use DisplayPort, mini-DisplayPort, or USB-C output from the dedicated GPU. - Windows 8.1 or later (64-bit).
Hello. Is it possible to display the eyes of the user wearing Vive pro eye as an infrared image on the monitor? It will be helpful if someone tells me.
Cory, from HTC VIVE, will conduct a free workshop on Eye Tracking development using HTC VIVE’s SRAnipal SDK. Topics will include eye tracking, foveated rendering, variable-rate shading, and using eye tracking for avatar animations. If you are interested in using eye tracking or foveated rendering in your VR content then come to learn, network, ask questions, and try a demo! This workshop is free and opened to the public. You will not need a SIGGRAPH badge to attend. RSVP for your free ticket here This workshop is in partnership with LA Unity 3D Meetup, XRLA Meetup, and Two Bit Circus. There's going to be a strong & passionate community of XR developers attending, and it'll be a great opportunity to connect / network. Location: Two Bit Circus – 634 Mateo St, Los Angeles, California Date: 7/30/2019, Tuesday Time: 6:30pm - 9:00pm Hope to see you there! Check back here on our developer blog for more workshop dates in the future. - Global Developer Relations Team