Uneven eye movement

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Aug 09, 2017 Aug 09, 2017

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Hello lovely people!

I have a query regarding eye movement, I'm hoping someone can help me

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This is my character, he's a zombie pirate. If you look at his pupils, their resting position isn't central to the eyeball, he's slightly cross-eyed as that works best for the character composition.

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Currently when I track the eyes it works, but the positions aren't quite right for the character. See one eye looks further than the other due to their starting positions not being central.

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What I'm hoping to achieve is something more like this. Is there a way to tweek the pupils individually so I can get this effect working?

Any advice you have would be most welcome! Thanks everyone

Chris

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Currently there isn't a great way to do this that I'm aware of (I'll ask others on the team to follow up though). I just experimented for a little bit trying to add separate eye gaze behaviors to the left and right eyes and adjust the camera / mouse & touch strength, but didn't get anything too great. If you want total control, key triggered eye dart animations might be a safer bet than the camera/mouse tracking.

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Thank you! I'm currently controlling the eyes with mouse drag, but I'll give key triggers a try.

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