Eyetracking calibration check


I’m using a tobii spectrum eyetracker and running it through iohub. However one thing I haven’t been able to figure out is if the calibration performed can be visually checked. Simply because a calibration passes does not mean that it’s a good calibration. For instance, I tried calibrating the eyetracker while having my eyes fixated on only one part of the screen the entire time and the calibration passed because it was able to detect my eyes the entire time. Using the tobii Eye Tracker Manager and the Matlab example tobii provides I’m able to check the quality of the calibration. Is there a way to do this in psychopy? Please let me know.

As a side-note, I’m not able to redo the calibration if I choose to. After calibration if I hit ANY button, the code continues. I’ve needed to add an additional code in the case I’d like to redo calibration in the event that it fails.