@woland I think I've been sending the crash data, when invited to. I've now got the Netgear Nighthawk with cables and adaptors setup between the two macs but doesn't seem to connect? Are there settings I need to change in Isadora? Thanks, David
@woland Thanks so much! Yes this all makes total sense. I may look into these solutions or just put up with it as you say. As my PhD is around temporality it may even be good that there is a kind of delay or gap between the hand and the onset of the line ☺
Hi @dusx, you mentioned, "there is a known issue withRealsense on M1 machines running Monterey". I am one of the people who suffer from this issue. Do you know will there be any updates on that? I really wanted to use my D455, but I don't know where I can get more updated information about it. Please let me know if you do.
Hello! I'm trying to use the Realsense Depth Camera D435 and the most recent version of the OpenNI Tracker for tracking, and I can't seem to get them to work. OpenNI status stays resolving, and there is no indication that the camera is on. Is there a driver or steps that I'm missing?
Good afternoon! I was having the same problem and could not find the solution, using windows 10 and isadora 3.08 usb version, I just downloaded the plugin again, but it gives me a new error when loading, (DLL Load Error = 0000007E). Always when opening isadora. and it keeps telling me that the plugin cannot be loaded. I have tried deleting the isadora preferences, reinstalling isadora again, with both kinect sdks, and even with another computer with isadora 3.07.
I believe I have worked out the problem. When I tested the plugin on a fresh copy of Windows, I got the DLL error too. (I previously had tested on my development machine, which has extra files that allowed the plugin to run without error.)
In any case, a new version has been uploaded as of 9:26 am Berlin time (3:26am EDT time) on April 24th. 2021.
Please go to the OpenNI Tracker add on page, download the plugin package again (openni-tracker-win-v0.9.8b4.zip), and install the plugins as directed in the READ ME file. (I have not changed the version number, but the contents of the file are different.)
When dragging the three plugins to the shortcut, please make sure to replace the existing plugins as directed in the READ ME.
Report back here or in the ticket you opened if you have any trouble. I'm sorry for the inconvenience.
You may also find this (as of yet unreleased) motion tracking mini-tutorial I've made to be helpful. (It's bundled with another mini-tutorial on alpha masks, but the motion tracking one will be the one you'll want to look at for this particular topic.)
I am researching around and intuitively I would use OPENNI tracker to track my hand and then hook up the motion to the width and height dimensions but, because I don't have a Kinect compatible with the plugin, before I buy it I would like to know if there is a better way, and even if this method can be successful.
to change the anchor point of a shape you can use the FFGLPanSpinZoom actor (spin ctrl x and spin ctrl y). It is not a real anchor point but could simulate it.
This plugin doesn't come with a fresh install of Isadora. You'll need to download the TroikaTronix FFGL plugins from our plugin page and install them if you want to use them. Personally, I use FFGLPanSpinZoom all the time because it's more convenient than using both a Zoomer actor + Panner actor + Spinner actor.