1. Sphera Multitouch


    from Circassia Added 280 3 0

    A high-res multi-touch table with FTIR technology. Used: PtGrey cam, 2 HD Acer Beamer, Acryl Surface with IR Light Led's. Gestureworks used as Interface. Callibration done with tbeta (community core vision).

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    • HeartBreaker Interactive Wall v2.0


      from Jesse Geller Added 82 0 0

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      • HeartBreaker Interactive Wall v1.0


        from Jesse Geller Added 70 1 0

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        • Touch Surface Test


          from Ro Added 55 0 0

          Using CCV from here: http://ccv.nuigroup.com/

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          • touchbox: test 1


            from Hugo Sobral Added 10 0 0

            Multi-touch table tests with reactivision/TUIO/TBeta

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            • umami


              from umami Added 813 8 2

              http://umami.17-6.de http://www.facebook.com/pages/umami/327869105672 umami@17-6.de umami ist ein intelligentes, interaktives Mediensystem, dass den Lebensraum Küche um eine bisher unbekannte Dimension erweitert und das Kocherlebnis völlig neu definiert. Eine in die Küche integrierte Multitouch-Oberfläche und die Einbeziehung von Alltagsgegenständen in den Interaktionsprozess ermöglichen eine intuitive Bedienung. Eine automatische Erkennung von Lebensmitteln hilft bei der Auswahl von Rezepten. Versierte Köche können sich mit umami an schwierige Rezepte wagen und neue Inspiration finden. Ungeübte Köche werden durch umami beim Kochprozess durch Schritt-für-Schritt Anleitungen und Tipps & Tricks aus der Küchenwelt unterstützt. Beim gemeinschaftlichen Kochen mit mehreren Personen kann jeder der Lust hat auf einfache Art und Weise mit in den Kochprozess eingebunden werden. umami wurde von Studenten des Studiengangs Media System Design, als Projekt an der Hochschule Darmstadt, innerhalb eines Jahres konzipiert und realisiert.

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              • Flow Receiver Demo


                from Mike Creighton Added 364 1 0

                NOTE: Sorry about the super-shaky handheld footage at the beginning. I'll make sure to stick the Flip video camera on a tripod in the future. ----- This video demonstrates the next module in my personal project called "Flow". It builds on the progress made in my previous Flow video (http://vimeo.com/7399668). Specifically, this highlights the "Flow Receiver" module created in Adobe AIR. This module communicates with CCV (http://ccv.nuigroup.com/) via its built-in OSC->TCP bridge. It receives the generated TUIO 2D Cursor data and stores it in a database for future retrieval. Flow Receiver can also export the data to XML or CSV. Here's what the data flow looks like: 1) Data comes into computer via external DV camera. 2) CCV analyzes the camera image and extracts "blob" data based on a tracked color. 3) The blobs are converted to TUIO 2D Cursor objects and broadcast over UDP and TCP. 4) Flow Receiver receives that data. 5) Flow Receiver communicates via HTTP with a web server running Flow Storage to create projects and store a project's recorded TUIO data. 6) Flow Storage (the web application built with CodeIgniter http://codeigniter.com) stores all data in a local MySQL database for later retrieval. I took the time to describe the "Flow" project in more detail on my blog. Read about it here: http://www.todaycreate.com/2009/12/25/wtf-is-flow

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                • Interactive Wall


                  from Dave Feenstra Added 752 11 0

                  This was a 4th year Architecture project at Ryerson University using fabrication techniques. The goal was to create an interactive installation. We first had to define what exactly “interactive” was, as opposed to simply reactive. We decided interactive requires some cognition, you had to be aware and engaged with what you were doing. The basic form was mass produced using vacuum forming techniques. Light was projected on the back side, which was manipulated using a multi-touch input. Multi-touch allowed us to move away from the binary sort of response you would receive from a sensor which could turn a light on or emit a sound. Mult-itouch allowed for user input and thus allowed them to manipulate what they saw. We chose not to create a clear sort of image, but rather create more of an abstract light effects across the surface. We hope to get some better footage in the new year. Filmed on a Nikon D90

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                  • Experience prototyping (week 4)


                    from Jordi Parra Added 790 5 0

                    Video report of the 4th week of the Experience prototyping course at the Umeå Institute of Design. This week we have been covering multitouch (using CCV and AS3), XBee communications with Arduino and DMX.

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                    • First Try of PureData and TUIO (homemade multitouch)


                      from PedroLopes Added 594 1 1

                      This is the document of my first 10 minutes of PureData alongside a really DIY multitouch table (done with a 16 fps camera, and absolutely no conditions!). It is simply a synth made with 2 oscilators that are fed from the positions of the tracked blobs. That's why they change frequency values so fast nd sound glitchy (I might just use them for music soon...) Software: Tbeta (sending TUIO OSC), PureData Hardware: shi** web-cam, toshiba, piece of glass and a box.

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