The final pull request submitted for evaluation : https://github.com/robcog-iai/UPupilLabsVR/pull/1
- Create a GUI for the research institute that can confortobly edit object tags and visualize their properties.-
- Have the eye-tracking plugin work with Pupil Head Mounted Eyetracker.
- Integration of an editor gui with the existing tags modules and their capabilities.
- Integration of the Pupil Eye-tracker in Unreal with limited functionality.
- Conveying of the 2 modules into a single Unreal Engine Plugin
- Open the connection procedures through a much more aproachable api to the larger general public.
- Obtain more reliable calibration procedure.
- Make an in game GUI for user hot swaps and modifications on the fly.
- Extend the editor to include topic subscriptions and better visualizations.
Unreal Engine Editor Modules for viewing specific tags in an editor module. Under these tags that can be visualised and edited different properties of objects can be edited. Including the invisible eye-tracking objects and their properties for receiving and updating data on different topics
Continually integrating repo : https://github.com/SysOverdrive/UUtils
Plugin for connecting to Pupil Labs VR using the ZeroMQ and MsgPack library
1.Download this in to the ..\Plugins folder of your Project
2.In Project.build.cs file add "UPupilLabsVR" in the PublicDependecyModulesNames Callibration https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=6sWmOcGMDTk For the Moment all info is logged in the console. For The Moment if you want to change where you connect you need to go in FPupilLabsUtils.h and change this fields
std::string Addr = "tcp://127.0.0.1:";//ToDo UPROPERTY Options
std::string PupilTopic = u8"gaze"; //TODO Implement Options With UObject
//string filter = u8"gaze";
//string filter = u8"notify";
//string filter = u8"pupil";
//string filter = u8"logging"; Although the current other structures aside from gaze are not implemented #TODO
Currently uses port 55555 on localhost
Common Errors For Installing the eye-tracker:
Can't compile C++ : missing "alts.lib" - Solution : Open Visual Studio Installer -> Select Desktop development with c++ -> Select MFC and Atl Support + VC++ 2015.3v 140 toolset for desktop and install them