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Hi eduard, hi Pascal, another heartfelt thank you to you both for taking the time to help me out, especially with this low-level kind of stuff. Both of your solutions work a treat and while I can say that i was kind of on the right track, it's alwa…
Hi Eduard, hi Pascal, thanks for your input and especially the helpful correction regarding the sketchpad duration! I'm just posting to state that the experiment containing Eduard's solution is running very nicely and the log files are easily manage…
Hi everyone, and many thanks for your thoughts on this! It seems that putting in the coding work to use Pupil hardware in OpenSesame is the way to go here. @Edwin Things are (slowly) going in this direction on our end, and I'll be sure to check in w…
Hi Edwin, please excuse the thread necromancy here, but it just so happens that our lab is planning to conduct eye tracking studies with PyGaze/OpenSesame and already owns Pupil hardware. Seeing as your above reply is some 16 months old, could you p…
Many thanks for taking the time to think about this (and solving my problem)! I'm doubly relieved; your suggestion is definitely a workable solution, plus it's sort of nice to see that I didn't miss some really un-hacky way of doing things (with a s…
Yes, as a matter of fact, the post does contain a reference to clock.sleep! I'll try that again. And yeah, I was quite aware of the irony once the above test post went through... 😅 Ouch. All the more, thanks for taking the time to point this out!