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Hello John, Hello Christopher!

Your software works great! Exactly what I was waiting for with my wiimote game table... Now win 7 multitouch works, like it should be. Okay, besides the Microsoft Surface Pack, there are no really applications for it yet, but I hope that will change soon.... - perhaps it starts with the game R.U.S.E... Have tryed the demo, but it should look like, multitouch isn't supported in the demo (waiting for response from Ubisoft)...

Uh Oh btw., please have a look at my topic about multitouch for all games:

  http://www.wiimoteproject.com/project-ideas/mulitouch-gestures-with-wiimote-for-all-games/

Perhaps it's interesting for your programming cababilities ;-) Wouldn't be that the logical second step, after having the multitouch running, to use them... ;-))

Greets from germany,

gunair

PS: Sometimes the first calibration cross starts at the wrong place (only half seen in the left uper corner) and the calibration does not work everytime, it seems, that the "normal" long ir impulse (one click) is too long, so that the calibration jumps from the first (upper left corner) to the last (lower right corner) cross...

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Project Ideas / Mulitouch gestures with wiimote for ALL GAMES
« on: August 26, 2010, 07:09:45 AM »
Hello,

just found an article about the software "MAGIC" from "iBUYPOWER". It's a software to use multitouch gestures for all games. You have to setup an profile for the specific game and than it translate the multitouch inputs to the controls of the game...

Unfortunately it works only with their hardware :-((

Wouldn't it be nice to have a software like this for the multitouch capabilities with the wiimote?

Here's the link to the iBUYPOWER forum with the announcement:

http://www.ibuypower.com/Ibpdri/tm.aspx?m=45769

Bye, gunair

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General Software Talk / Re: Windows 7 multitouch.
« on: August 26, 2010, 06:58:46 AM »
Hi,

tryed the new software of John Hardy and Christopher Bull, mentioned here:

http://www.wiimoteproject.com/wiimote-whiteboard/wiimote-with-windows-7-and-tuio-multi-touch-support/

and it works great with Windows 7! That's how it should be!!!!!

Download the Microsoft Multitouch Surface Pack (Should be free now I guess) and have fun with the Collage, Lagoon etc.....

Bye

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Say Hi! / Hi from Hannover, Germany
« on: August 26, 2010, 05:24:14 AM »
Hi,

just want to introduce myself. My name is Gunnar and I'm from Hannover, Germany. I'm here because the wiimote hack is an exciting thing. I'm working on a wiimote game table with IR "fingers" (like a glove but just for one finger ;-) ). Works great. Hope to send you a video as soon as possible.

Bye, Gunair  

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