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So I see in the download for QuickLINK 2, some sample code for c++.

Are any other languages or frameworks supported?

asked 14 Feb '14, 17:22

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Windows:

C and C++ have Window's dll's that are available.

Sample code uses OpenCV for drawing windows.

There also are wrappers available for C#, Unity, and others.

A partial wrapper for python is available.

http://answers.eyetechds.com/questions/352/python-wrapper-quicklink2-api

Matlab has a supported wrapper.

http://answers.eyetechds.com/questions/15/matlab-support

Android:

The newest eye trackers with the AEye technology support Android, and an android sample project is available here:

https://gitlab.eyetechds.com/public/projects

http://office.eyetechds.com/downloads/answers/AEyeTabs-2.zip

The project is an Android Studio project. The QuickLink API library is an aar file that is included in the project. The javadoc for the API can be located here:

http://office.eyetechds.com/downloads/answers/QuickLink2-Android-doc.zip

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answered 14 Feb '14, 17:25

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C# is available here: https://code.google.com/p/quicklinkapi4net/

QuickStartCSharp.zip

This is some sample code that uses the C# wrapper.

BecomingMoreCSharp.zip

This is a function unit test suite available if you need it.

NOTE: When you are working with QuickLINK2, you need to make sure that the supporting dll's next to the main QuickLink2.dll are copied with it. This will allow you to support all the camera models.

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