Please note: This is a new component, and is subject to change.
Note that the Eye tracking calibration component is a “standalone routine”, this means that rather than generating a component that is added to an existing routine, it is a routine in itself, that is then placed along your flow. The reason for this implementation is that calibration represents a series of events that will be relatively uniform across studies, and often we would not want to add any additional info to this phase of the study (i.e. images, text etc.)
Everything in a PsychoPy® experiment needs a unique name. The name should contain only letters, numbers and underscores (no punctuation marks or spaces).
How many targets do you want to be presented for calibration? Points will be displayed in a grid.
True the point positions will be presented in a random order.
Aesthetic features of the calibration target.
The color of the outer circle of the target. None/Blank will be transparent.
The color of the border of the outer circle of the target.
The color of the inner circle of the target. None/Blank will be transparent.
The color of the border of the inner circle of the target.
The color space in which to read the defined colors.
The width of the line around the outer target.
How should the animation of the calibration routine appear?
Should each target appear one after the other and progress based on time? Or should the next target be presented once the space key has been pressed.
The duration of the pulse of the outer circle (i.e. time or expand + contract)
How much larger should the outer circle get?
Should the target appear as though it is moving across the screen from one location to the next?
The duration of the movement from one point to the next.
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