ThreeEmTu translates the raw serial data from the 3M M2256PW Multitouch monitor into TUIO, so you can control any TUIO-enabled program.

mmmlabs.com/serve/of/threeEmTu/ThreeEmTu%20v01.zip

In this video, I show the interface of the program, which displays the touch points and basic settings. Then I open a Quartz Composer patch that draws trails from TUIO data.

Some of the circles on screen are a little jerky, and extra ones sometimes seem to pop in and out of existence. If you want to lend a hand with troubleshooting and optimizing, or want to use any of the code in your own OpenFrameworks projects (bypassing the TUIO-and-back route), please check out the source from GitHub:
github.com/momo-the-monster/ThreeEmTu/

Just the comm stuff:
github.com/momo-the-monster/ThreeEmTu/tree/master/src/ofxThreeEmTu

The music is 'Cloudlight' from Eskmo
eskmo.com/music/cloudlight-come-back-ninja-tune/

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