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A software package of Unity to use HTC VIVE Pro Eye, a head-mounted display with virtual reality technology, for assessment of saccadic eye movement. C# programming file to configure the measurement system. C# programming file to disable the tracking of head movement of the VR headset. If the tracking is active, the position of the stimuli targets for saccade measurement changes when the user moves the head. Data of eye movement are recorded in a text file. The text file is created under the folder of SaccadeVR_ViveProEye. Unixtime of the computer is recorded in a specific text file when the saccade task starts in each saccade trial. With the recorded time, the latency (response time) of saccadic eye movement is calculated. We use version 2 in SRanipal SDK to measure the eye movement and to enable eye data callback function to continue to record the data of ocular movement independently of the main thread of the program.
- For assessment of saccadic eye movement
- It is used for the measurement system
- Configure the measurement system
- Package of Unity to use HTC VIVE Pro Eye
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