[open] Advice sought for setting up Opensesame/pygaze for use with Tobii X2-60 eye tracker
With extreme apologies for not having done some more homework before now, I'd like to ask if anyone has had success in integrating a Tobii X2-60 within an Opensesame experiment, and if so, if there was anything specific that needed doing to set up for the device to communicate successfully?
I'm trying to get a Tobii X2-60 working with Opensesame, in any way, shape or form, as soon as possible - I have one working day left before annual leave to try and and make some progress on this if at all possible. Naturally, I am at home at the moment so don't have the eye tracker to hand, but am trying in vain to try and get something sorted for tomorrow. In my last 30 mins today, I set up the X2-60, got it working with Tobii studio, got Opensesame installed on the PC and very briefly tried to run the eye-tracking template after selecting Tobii as the eye tracker in the pygaze init component. Unsurprisingly it didn't work, but I had to leave two minutes after testing it - apologies for not giving an adequate elaboration of "it didn't work" but I had no real time to investigate it. The experiment simply exited after trying to open the canvas, and OS didn't appear to report any errors. Setting the eye tracker to "dummy" worked 'fine'.
I would presume I have to get the tobii python bindings copied to the appropriate directory on the PC, which is running windows (much to my chagrin) so that will be my fist step tomorrow.
So, if anyone has any advice, it will be most gratefully received. Either way, I'll be trying to play catchup over xmas so I can get things moving as soon as I am back. Again, apologies for not thoroughly searching/researching first and asking later. If I'm successful tomorrow, I'll post an explanation and change to solved in case of future help with others.
Seasons greetings and thanks in advance for any replies.