Available on macOS
Interface to an ISCAN eye tracking system.
On the device, the serial I/O baud rate must be set to 115200, and a binary output format must be selected.
Filesystem path that represents the serial port to which the ISCAN device is connected.
If omitted, MWorks looks for a single, connected serial device. If it finds one, it assumes it to be the desired ISCAN device and attempts to connect.
Variable in which to store output 1
Variable in which to store output 2
Variable in which to store output 3
Variable in which to store output 4
Variable in which to store output 5
Variable in which to store output 6
Command byte used to start recording. On some systems, the correct value may be 132.
Command byte used to stop recording. On some systems, the correct value may be 136.
YES, the device will start I/O automatically (as if by an
implicit Start IO Device action) when the experiment starts running.
Note: Device I/O will always stop automatically when the experiment stops running, irrespective of this setting.
Alternative device to use if this one fails to initialize (e.g. because the required hardware is not available). If
#allowAltFailover is set to 0 or false, this parameter is ignored.