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Here is part of the source code in SRanipal_EyeData.cs, but regarding the VerboseData, I don't understand what is the "CombinedEyeData" because it also contains a "SingleEyeData" . 

            public struct VerboseData
            {
                /** A instance of the struct as @ref EyeData related to the left eye*/
                public SingleEyeData left;
                /** A instance of the struct as @ref EyeData related to the right eye*/
                public SingleEyeData right;
                /** A instance of the struct as @ref EyeData related to the combined eye*/
                public CombinedEyeData combined;
                public TrackingImprovements tracking_improvements;
            }

 

 

            public struct CombinedEyeData
            {
                public SingleEyeData eye_data;
                public bool convergence_distance_validity;
                public float convergence_distance_mm;
            }

As we have already obtained the single eye data of the left and right eyes, what is the  "SingleEyeData eye_data" inside the CombinedEyeData? Is it an average of the left and right eye data, seems confusing? 

Thank you in advance and sorry for the annoying questions. 

@imarin18 @Daniel_Y @Corvus   

 

 

 

 

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"SingleEyeData eye_data" inside the CombinedEyeData is valid though convergence_distance is invalid.

The "combined" gaze is described as the figure below. Suggest to use "combined" gaze to determine what you are looking at.

Gaze.png

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On 2/24/2020 at 2:46 PM, imarin18 said:

Dear @alwyuyang

As in the following thread, the combined data are not supported at this point.

 

Best regards,

imarin18

 

 

Dear @Daniel_Y

 

Thank you for your response and it works. 

@imarin18 so here is an update.

Best,

Alwyuyang

 

 

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