The new version doesn't work. It complains of device not inited (init-ed).
How do I get it to work?
asked 20 Aug '14, 14:31
There are four things to check on when deploying a Unity application, especially for a public display:
And if you are doing this more than a few times, then to start looking into getting an installer made.
The driver and driver installer is included in every installer on the eyetech's support page:
Unity eye tracking games require:
These dll's need to be copied and present right next to the
A calibration will probably be searched for in: C:/ProgamData/EyeTechDS/QLCalibration_Default_User.cal
Some versions may look for the .cal file right next to the exe, too.
To update the stock calibration file, use a program like Quick Glance or QuickACCESS, to create a new one. Both of them create them somewhere under the
To launch it on startup, from the Start Menu or the Windows Metro/App screen type
An NSIS installer can do all of the above tasks given time and testing. Request for an installer, and engineering time can be allocated to it.