Author Topic: who can tell me the wiimote's position measurement method in the whiteboard?  (Read 6881 times)

Offline toranto

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who can tell me the wiimote's position measurement method in the whiteboard?and the coordinates  conversion?



Offline ZaPPZion

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you've posted this question before, where do you want it to continue? I'll delete the other thread.



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Maybe this helps: http://www.wiimoteproject.com/index.php?topic=412.msg1668#msg1668

Uwe

And how is the multitouch performed ?
Is this the responsibility of the multitouch sample programs that Johny is using ? To respond to all IR sources that are available out there ?



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And how is the multitouch performed ?
Is this the responsibility of the multitouch sample programs that Johny is using ? To respond to all IR sources that are available out there ?

I haven't used Johnny's multitouch sample programs.
But once you've done the calibration, you can use all available IR sources (up to 4), like you said.
The "hard work" in multitouch software is to use those "cursor positions" to achieve the desired behavior (like scaling or rotating of an image).

Uwe

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