What do I do if eye tracking isn't accurate enough?
Eye tracking accuracy can be affected by certain things that happen when using the eye tracker under normal conditions. If you notice a decline in eye tracking accuracy, keep the following in mind:
- Small changes in position can affect the calibration of the eye tracker. You may need to recalibrate the eye tracker after taking off the headset and putting it back on.
- If a headset is being shared among multiple users, each user will need to calibrate the eye tracker according to their individual requirements.
- Changes to lens distance and IPD settings can affect the calibration of the eye tracker. Make sure to recalibrate the eye tracker after making any changes to lens distance or IPD settings.
- If you normally wear glasses while wearing the headset, make sure to wear them when calibrating the eye tracker. Don't calibrate the eye tracker while wearing glasses if you don't plan to wear your glasses while in VR.