[PD] tuio simulator
Menno van der Woude
mennowo at gmail.com
Mon Nov 22 16:15:44 CET 2010
to import data from the tuio simulator in pd, just use the Tuioclient
available with reacTIVision (http://reactivision.sourceforge.net/).
The simulator (which you probably also got from the reaTIVision page)
should send data to the appropriate udp port (3333), which you could
import using [updreceive] and [unpackOSC], however, it is much more
easy to use [TuioClient], offered on the reacTIVision website. The
client will output a list, that you can unpack using [unpack]. This is
prefixed with symbols indicating the kind of event (enter, update,
exit). There are exaple patches in the client zipfile.
One of the items from [TuioClient] list will be the id of the fiducial
(marker), allowing you to program pd to react to a certain number in a
certain way. So you could unpack the list, and attach the [sel] object
to the outlet that outputs fiducial id, etc.
On Mon, Nov 22, 2010 at 3:55 PM, Lorenzo Sutton <lsutton at libero.it> wrote:
> GMX wrote:
>> I'm using the Tuio Simulator
> Haven't got a clue what it is :) but...
>> and I've a basic question cause I'm a beginner. How can I tell PD to do
>> something like an if query. for example: I want to say if it is marker nr 1
>> do this colour. i know how to get the Marker ID (fid_get fid).
> If you have an id like myid_1 you can use [route] and [select] (aka [sel]
> (have a look at the help patches)
>> would be cool if someone can help me :)
>> And sorry I first sent this email to the announce mailing list. sorrrrry
>> Cheers L
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