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9-point-calibration using tobii eye tracker

Hi everybody,

I just started using python and opensesame with Tobii eye tracker. This is such a fabulous work!
However, I don't know how to use a 9-point-calibration instead of a 5-point one. Any suggestions?
( I hope I made myself clear as I am not a native speaker haha:))

Cheers,
GE

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  • Hi GE,

    Currently, the points are hard-coded in the Tobii back-end. The only option to introduce a 9-point calibration would be to dive into the code, and change this line.

    Cheers,
    Edwin

  • Dear Edwin,
    Thank you so much for your quick response!Sorry for my late reply. I tried to use an inline script :

    eyetracker.points_to_calibrate=[(100,100),(50,50),(20,500),(0.9,0.9),(0.5,0.5),(0,0)]
    eyetracker.calibrate()

    It does show points as I defined but I am not sure if it will cause other error.

    Cheers,
    GE

  • Thanks for updating the thread with your solution! I'm happy it works for you :)

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