- How to!
- Sensor Tiles Project: Unity Team: Frank & Dwayne – Beginner’s Guide For Blender & Unity
- Sensor Tiles Project: Unity Team: Frank & Dwayne – Creating The Beginner’s Guide For Blender & Unity
- Sensor Tiles Project: Unity Team: Frank & Dwayne – Plugin Wars & Continuing Work On Our Game
- Final dance of this semester
- Progress on
Monthly Archives: September 2014
For today, we took measurements of the gallery room in to gain a better understanding of how much room we have to work with decided the measurements of the new sensor tile boards. Thus far, we have reached the preliminary … Continue reading
Baker, Remy, Xuemin Things to do: get Curveship to work independently of user directory write down the schedule of everyone figure out something else to do 😀 Get Curveship to go into the Blender Scripts directory About 4 minutes later: … Continue reading
Conda/Blender team (and whoever else is interested) here is the page on the blender developer’s wiki that explains where blender looks for data (especially python libraries) and in what order it looks for them: http://wiki.blender.org/index.php/Doc:2.6/Manual/Introduction/Installing_Blender/DirectoryLayout
Remy So I decided to come into class today and get the Leap Motion working with Python. This worked! I said “screw the v1 SDK and lets try v2” because v2 seemed better documented than v1 did. Whether or not … Continue reading
We have come to bit of a standstill. Tried to compile TUIO with Visual Studio but it has to be compiled with CYGWY. More research needed. Made measurement of box and gave to shop to blueprint our new design to … Continue reading
We are now collecting data to compile TUIO client. Could not find the right version. Could not do in Max/MSP, would not register. We did find out with port was in use for TUIO though and that is port 3333.
Today we began to disassemble the mock up box containing the sensor tile to familiarize our selves with what we were working with and to give us ideas on designing and more improved box. Downloaded and installed WireShark to find out … Continue reading
Members: Brian, Reno, Al, Kenneth, Dwayne, Miles, Frank Today we introduce to the senor tile project, given a description of how it worked and what needed to be done. We first began taking inventory of all the items, search though … Continue reading
Baker, Gabby, Ishik, Remy, Xuemin We need a lead.d file of some kind lolso I (Remy) left to oversee another project (networking the capacitative tiles) and everyone on this project was sent into a spin of lulwut. So they talked about … Continue reading