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Here is a '''tutorial video''' on how to '''setup Eyelink with a participant''': [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3z8I5y_l5E&list=PLOdF-B36TwspxRQeam0u5Yd29wOjUWcel&index=7 Eyelink setup and calibration tutorial video.]
 
Here is a '''tutorial video''' on how to '''setup Eyelink with a participant''': [https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=O3z8I5y_l5E&list=PLOdF-B36TwspxRQeam0u5Yd29wOjUWcel&index=7 Eyelink setup and calibration tutorial video.]
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From the SR-Research support forum:
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From the SR-Research support forum, about '''placement of monitor, camera and participant''':
    
''Ideally, the Desktop mount should be placed between 50-70 cm from the participant's eyes and be centrally aligned with the Display monitor from the participant's perspective. When using a wide screen monitor it will need to be sufficiently far away from the participant that it fits within the trackable range of the system. As a rule of thumb it will need to be at a distance at least 1.75 times its width (so a 40 cm wide monitor would need to be at least 70 cm away). As widescreen monitors are typically around 50 cm wide, they will need to be placed at least 90 cm away. This means that, in order for the camera to be placed correctly (50-70 cm from the participant's eyes) it will need to be brought forward from the monitor 20-30 cm.''
 
''Ideally, the Desktop mount should be placed between 50-70 cm from the participant's eyes and be centrally aligned with the Display monitor from the participant's perspective. When using a wide screen monitor it will need to be sufficiently far away from the participant that it fits within the trackable range of the system. As a rule of thumb it will need to be at a distance at least 1.75 times its width (so a 40 cm wide monitor would need to be at least 70 cm away). As widescreen monitors are typically around 50 cm wide, they will need to be placed at least 90 cm away. This means that, in order for the camera to be placed correctly (50-70 cm from the participant's eyes) it will need to be brought forward from the monitor 20-30 cm.''

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