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A *Lab to create new things

A *Lab to create new things

[HOW TO] Automate hid driver + CCV in background Hi guys. For few days I tried messing with the sources of both ccv and hid driver but had no luck. My goal was to get hid driver automated and ccv as well working in the background. I got the idea from cktouch’s method so, some credit to you, which can be found here: If anyone wants the hiddriver, please refer here : and how to install it please refer here: In the attachment there will be 3-5 files, which i will show how to use in the video below. Edit: I have updated ccv.exe where the path is not specified, so it no longer has to be in “c:\multitouch\”, it just has to be in the same folder as community core vision. Please let me know if i missed anything. Here is the source for ccv.exe for anyone that is interested. Add a Timer1 with 1000 interval enabled Add a Timer2 with 10000 interval enabled Thanks

ECOS - art/ecologie HackYourPhD Le Loop ∞ FTIR Multitouch and Display Device - Experiments with Processing, OSC - Thomas M. Brand materials: - arylic plate, size that is ok for you. make it comaptible to the screensize you will use, so 4:3, 16:9 or so. i took a 640 * 480 * 10 mm plate. be careful when reading the specs on the box of cameras standing on the shelf. for instance 30 fps does not mean automatically that this framerate is available in max resolution. some cameras even seem to duplicate frames to have bigger framerates (??). -optional alternative lens to the one that is normally deliverd along with the camera. take one with a suited focal lenght and F-number for target setup. [Focal Length and Aperture Explained for the Photography Novice] normally optional lenses are sold at the same place as the camera but there are a lot of e-bayers selling different styles of them.

La Fabrique du Libre - Espace numérique de partage des savoirs autour de l’informatique libre et écologique Science Hack Day Electrolab [Tuto] Un bureau tactile | I'm not Geek Comment avoir une surface tactile innovante sur une table toute simple ? Voici un tuto complet pour vivre dans un futur tactile qui n’appartient plus à la science-fiction. Comment ça marche ? Très simple, une camera, modifiée pour ne voir que la lumière infrarouge, filme une surface. Cette surface peut être un écran ou une projection, la caméra ne voyant pas le spectre visible pour les humains ne voit donc que l’infrarouge. Un logiciel en open source multiplatforme va convertir le point blanc crée par le stylet pour en faire une information exploitable par un logiciel qui va en faire une donnée tactile pour l’OS et donc générer une souris ou un zoom. Le projecteur Un projecteur et un miroir peut être une bonne solution suivant le placement de celui-ci, l’image peut aussi être projetée directement sur un mur, le tout étant de ne pas trop gêner la projection avec ses mains et le reste du corps, la caméra doit aussi pouvoir voir la totalité de la projection. La caméra Le stylet infrarouge

Fabulous St.Pauli | Initiative fuer ein Fab Lab auf St. Pauli ScienceOnline HackerSpace Tunisie 24" LLP LCD Project, based on Ikea’s Expedit coffee table. WIP After mounting the lasers, it looks something like this: I’m really happy with the small footprint the “calibration mechanism” have. I mounted the main circuit board to the inner side of the side board. The backlight sits at the bottom of the table. I connected all the lasers in parallel, and to a USB cable. I used clear tape to hold the diffuser films from the LCD to the bottom of the plexi: You can see that the holes for the lasers aren’t so pretty on this side.. That’s all for the moment.

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