PyGaze with GazePoint GP3 eye-tracker
Greetings! I am working with GazePoint GP3 60Hz eye-tracker for research purposes and currently working my way to connect it and collect data.
I would like to thank @Edwin for wonderful open-source software and the community created to support it! I will make sure to cite Gazepoint when, hopefully, publishing results in ACM Sensys this year.
I am trying to run https://www.pygaze.org/2017/05/python-wrapper-for-gazepoints-opengaze-api/ this code and facing some issues, which still remain unclear after going through discussions of @moreno and @i_van ( https://forum.cogsci.nl/discussion/3452/using-gazepoint-gp3-hd-with-pygaze-and-opensesame).
It would be of great help if someone could help me out with the following:
After the program starts, I can see a PyGame window and a dot, that can be controlled by a cursor. But then it crashes after 2-3 seconds and I get this messages
I am using MacOS Mojave (Version 10.14.6), Python 3.7
DISPTYPE = 'psychopy'
TRACKERTYPE = 'opengaze'
Honestly, I am a first-time user of eye-trackers and I can't understand whether or not it is even on. Following the instruction I assembled GP3 and connected both wires to my laptop. It is visible in connected USB devices:
USB 2.0 Digital Imaging Camera:
Product ID: 0x2001
Vendor ID: 0x1e10 (Point Grey Research Inc.)
Serial Number: 01233589
Speed: Up to 480Mb/sec
Manufacturer: Point Grey Research
Location ID: 0x14200000 / 2
Current Available (mA): 500
Current Required (mA): 500
Extra Operating Current (mA): 0
However, there is no signs of it actually working. My labmate suggested to see if the infrared lights on eye-tracker are on by pointing a smartphone camera on the device, but it did not give any results.
If anyone could help me out with this or suggest where to look for a solution, I would be extremely greatful!