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Announcing the release of uniTUIO CE – video update
Posted: 11 March 2010 09:26 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 31 ]
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Any further information about it ? SOme tutorial or any documentation would be great, i’m new to unity.

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Posted: 11 March 2010 09:52 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 32 ]
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My guess, on the fly, would be to store position every step (by distance and/or time). Calculate the angle of the new segment and the one before.
If the angular variation is always +(positive) it goes in clockwise if it s always -(negative) it would be reverse clockwise....

That how i would make my first approach for finding a circle in a gesture tracking....
Does it help?

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Posted: 11 March 2010 10:45 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 33 ]
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Yeah it helps thanks i’ll look for some informations on the net

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Posted: 12 March 2010 12:30 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 34 ]
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Thanks loran - that’s right wink But you should go over to unifycommunity.com and do a searching the script section. There is a nice GR project I am knowing there with code and scene files. It should be fairly easy to replace the mouse stuff with some uniTUIO stuff an voilà! - you have what you are searching for.

Great times at the GDC btw. we are having a lot of fun showcasing uniTUIO and the FishTish at the Unity booth wink

Cheers,

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Posted: 17 March 2010 08:59 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 35 ]
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Hi Sandor,

First let me congratulate you on an amazing framework! I am very interested in using uniTUIO in my next project. I’ve been visiting the xTUIO site and was nervous that no new posts have been updated since Dec 09. We are working on creating a mult-touch presentation and I desperately want to use uniTUIO.

However, I’m having a tough time understanding how I could get it to work with our system. We have a multi-touch display created by SMART Technologies. It’s a display frame, not a smart board. Their tech works and is certified with Windows 7 and they have told us that if we have a program that can work with Windows 7 Touch Events, the program will work on the device.

How can I use uniTUIO so that it broadcasts Windows 7 Touch Events? From my understanding, I’ll need a bridge to convert the TUIO events to Windows 7. Will the WM_Touch framework from the TUIO site work? Do you have any experience working the uniTUIO in conjunction with Windows 7 Touch Events?

Thanks!

Wes

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Posted: 17 March 2010 10:19 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 36 ]
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http://nuigroup.com/forums/viewthread/4087/

thx google…

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Posted: 17 March 2010 10:24 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 37 ]
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Loran - 17 March 2010 10:19 AM

http://nuigroup.com/forums/viewthread/4087/

thx google…

I’ve seen this post and think this is exactly what I need. I don’t yet have access to the hardware and was wondering if anyone has had success using WM_Touch to TUIO Interface with uniTUIO.

Thanks,

Wes

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Posted: 17 March 2010 10:28 AM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 38 ]
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Hey Wes,

thanks for the kind words man! No worries, we are bubububussy with uniTUIO. So bussy actually that no time remains for updating the news etc.... Regarding your questions: i am affraid that you are confusing some things wink

uniTUIO will not broadcast anything. uniTUIO is RECEIVING a TUIO datastream from a TUIO compliant provider (a TouchTable like the FishTish or a TUIO compliant Display). Unfortunately in don’t know anything about the SMART frame you are using. But there are a few TUIO bridges that you could maybe use (try http://www.tuio.org for a listing). But in fact you will have to convert WM_Touch events in TUIO in order to use uniTUIO - so i quess that the WM_TOUCH could work. Though i did not tested that myself.

hmmmpppfff… wink You guys are way too fast for me wink Just saw that two answers are there while i’m writing grin

Thanks Loran! grin And Wes - you have to try that out once you have access to the hardware. Please report so that others can learn from that!

Cheers,

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Posted: 19 March 2010 01:23 PM   [ Ignore ]   [ # 39 ]
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sandor - 17 March 2010 10:28 AM

Hey Wes,

thanks for the kind words man! No worries, we are bubububussy with uniTUIO. So bussy actually that no time remains for updating the news etc.... Regarding your questions: i am affraid that you are confusing some things wink

uniTUIO will not broadcast anything. uniTUIO is RECEIVING a TUIO datastream from a TUIO compliant provider (a TouchTable like the FishTish or a TUIO compliant Display). Unfortunately in don’t know anything about the SMART frame you are using. But there are a few TUIO bridges that you could maybe use (try http://www.tuio.org for a listing). But in fact you will have to convert WM_Touch events in TUIO in order to use uniTUIO - so i quess that the WM_TOUCH could work. Though i did not tested that myself.

hmmmpppfff… wink You guys are way too fast for me wink Just saw that two answers are there while i’m writing grin

Thanks Loran! grin And Wes - you have to try that out once you have access to the hardware. Please report so that others can learn from that!

Cheers,

Thanks very much for the great information Sandor! I really appreciate it. I will continue to report my testing to this thread. I have given the SMART Techs the WM_TOUCH Bridge and will see if this will indeed convert the uniTUIO to their device.

I have been able to use the bamboo-tuio tracker successfully with unitTUIO, which is very cool for testing.

Cheers,

Wes

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