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Getting the Vision Egg off the ground and maintaining it has been done by AndrewStraw. However, to really thrive, the Vision Egg needs you. As an open-source project, you are free to modify the Vision Egg to suit your needs and extend it to do your experiments. It would benefit the entire vision science community, however, if you incorporate your changes back into the distribution.
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`SR Research`_, the makers of eye tracking hardware and software, have released Pylink_. Pylink can be used with the Vision Egg! According to SR Research:: Pylink allows for tracker control, real-time data access, and external synchronization with eye data via custom messaging. Many people find Python to be a simpler, yet still powerful, alternative to C. Pylink can also be used in combination with the excellent third party open source Vision Egg software; providing a combined visual presentation and eye tracking scripting package. Distributed with Pylink is a modified Vision Egg demo using realtime tracker data to move a Gaussian-windowed grating in a gaze-contingent fashion. Following this example, it should be easy to create other VisionEgg/Pylink scripts for a variety of vision experiments involving eye tracking. .. _`SR Research`: http://www.eyelinkinfo.com .. _`Pylink`: http://www.eyelinkinfo.com/mount_software.php#Python Question: Is pylink open source? "The pylink module just wraps our C library for the EyeLink system, so although the pylink source itself is 'open', it is just a thin wrapper for a C API that is not open. Sol Simpson SR Research Ltd."