For more information on how you can use the Vive Pro Eye in your research and help with setting up studies, contact email@example.com
If you do not have SteamVR installed, you will need to do that first. Make a Steam account and download the Steam App from this link. (Note: You can also download a setup application from Vive to get through these first steps here)
Download and install the Vive Pro Eye Eye Tracking software from this link
Run SR_Runtime from the shortcut
Calibrate within SteamVR by clicking on the menu button on the Vive controller while wearing the headset. This should bring up the settings menu. From here click on the button that says “Vive Pro Eye”
If it is the first time you are running the Vive Pro Eye, you will need to agree to some terms and turn on eye tracking by clicking on the agreement that comes up in the headset.
Next, click “calibrate” and follow the instructions. To verify eye tracking is working, open up Vizard and go to File- Quick Open and type in “Vivepro” and double click on the viveProEyeExample.py
This example allows you to verify that the eye tracking is working. When you look at the array of balls the ones you are looking at should change color. You can also toggle a gaze intersect by pressing the “g” key.
For an easy way to setup customizable eye tracking experiments in minutes with no code see this page on our eye tracking creation software, Sightlab VR
For more information on how you can use the Vive Pro Eye and Sightlab in your research and help with setting up studies, contact firstname.lastname@example.org