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Offline wizgrav

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on: January 11, 2009, 03:07:29 PM
New calibration and some tweaking. You can find it here.



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Reply #1 on: January 11, 2009, 03:37:01 PM
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Could you give us some more information on what you have produced here?

I tried it Wiidcomm & Win32 no success???

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Reply #2 on: January 11, 2009, 03:59:07 PM
It's an implementation of lee's concept in python. I develop in linux but test on XP, running in virtualbox but I think it's ok.
The .exe should run on its own. Don't you even see the splash screen? There's also some documentation on google code.

EDIT: The file on google seems to be smaller in size than the original.
I think something happened on the web upload. I've uploaded again.
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Reply #3 on: January 11, 2009, 07:22:39 PM
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What happens:
1. I execute file
2. Long pause (30sec)
3. The infrael901x graphic appears
4. It wants file OSK.exe (header says OK to click cancel)
5. I click cancel
6. Icon appears in my system tool bar
7. I turn on Wiimote (Buttons 1&2)
8. Click icon
9. Dialohue box appears "No bluetooth adaptor found"

I have an integrated BT chip on my laptop running the Widdcomm stack.

That said UJS focuses on Mac and Boonjin Focuses on Windows. There is nothing wrong with having a Linux focused edition. In fact we need one! We did have GTK IWB but it is no longer supported. Since www.wiili.org has shut do I hope we get more Linux discussion here.

I suggest you look at GTK becuase their outside toogles area also used by Boonjin is very handy.

By documentation I am thinking:
- What the software does/offers
- How to use it
- Features
- Compatability
- Known issues (hopefully with a plan to fix)
- future developments

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Reply #4 on: January 12, 2009, 02:09:35 AM
Xmm, someone tried it yesterday and got past the bluetooth discovery process.
Widcomm should work fine. Could it be that your adapter is locked by something?
The wiimote doesn't have to be attached as a HID device. In fact it shouldn't be.
The delay on start is caused by the live decompression of the executable contents.
I use the perspective code from the gtk app. I'll find a windows box to test further.
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Reply #5 on: January 12, 2009, 08:04:40 AM
I hope this fixes calibration. Here it is. For linux try the source zip. The wiki has instructions and requirements.



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Reply #6 on: January 13, 2009, 12:32:20 PM
Release 902 is up on the google code page in the form of:

  • Python source, zipped. Use this if you want to check python. It's really cool, especially for entry in programming.
  • Single file executable .exe for Windows. Please check this and post me your feedback as I have mixed responses.
  • Debian package installer .deb. I've built and tested it on Ubuntu Interpid so again, please post me your feedback.

I find this release quite stable on all systems I have access.
I haven't fully tested it on macosx so I'd be grateful for help.
Instructions for operation are on the wiki section of the site.



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Reply #7 on: January 23, 2009, 04:47:43 AM
Hi!
infrael 902 could not make connection under XP  (SP3).
Absent any messages about error or troubles.

In the other way, good connection under Ubuntu 6.10!
But, very slow mouse! Is it possible to switch off smoothing and make code quicker?

R
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Reply #8 on: January 24, 2009, 02:30:32 AM
Hi!
infrael 902 could not make connection under XP  (SP3).
Absent any messages about error or troubles.

xm, no messages means a bluetooth stack was detected.
It only works with widcomm. Did the icon turned bright?
In win32 sometimes the first attempt fails. Please retry.

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In the other way, good connection under Ubuntu 6.10!

Good, linux is my platform of choise. I only use win on virtualbox to check my sites on IE and test infrael  ???
I don't know if I'll support the platform though. Ime looking into multi pointer X and I think I'll focus there.

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But, very slow mouse! Is it possible to switch off smoothing and make code quicker?

The algorithm for smoothing is the same with the java app. Unfortunately it's integrated. Don't forget that it's a 20k script.
Try adjusting it from the wiimote. You can do it with the "+" and "-" buttons. Maybe you'll find a setup that suits you better.



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Reply #9 on: January 24, 2009, 02:48:56 AM
Oh by the way. Did you find that the leds provided adequate assistance on setting up the wiimote?
I strive for the absense of gui elements so I can eventually refactor the app into a driver for xorg.
I'm also working on a plugin for the composite manager to perspective transform the whole screen.
The goal there is integrating the ir cam with a dlp projector and use the same calibration for both.
That way you'll be able to indicate 4 points and have a fully functional multitouch surface anywhere.
House lighting and decoration will go to the next level. UI's too, imagine real 3D desktops on corners.
 
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