We thank you for your request. We will keep your request in mind as we continue to explore new ways to integrate with other software and hardware.
For researchers using eye-trackers from Tobii, SMI, or ASL, the use of StimTracker solves the problem of having a common timebase:
However, since you have built your own eye-tracker you may be able to modify it so you can take advantage of one of the options below.
When trying to sync SuperLab to external hardware, there are two options. One is to have SuperLab send an electronic signal to the hardware, the second option is to have SuperLab receive an electronic signal from the hardware. When receiving an external signal, SuperLab will record a timestamp of when the signal happened, and presumably whatever is connected to SuperLab can also mark its own timestamp for the same signal.
In order to have SuperLab send a signal to the hardware, examine the options on these SuperLab event types:
Digital Output Event
Serial Output Event
To have SuperLab receive a signal, it might be possible to use Haytham to emulate a mouse. If so, then you can perform a mouse-click with the eye-tracker, and SuperLab will record this input in the datafile, together with a timestamp of when the click occurred.