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.
Now the plugin page is getting full it would be great to be able to search the list. It would also be cool to be able to filter by author on the first page (I know you can do it once you get to a plugin).
@michel, I wasn't suggesting an email notification! Rather, the idea that when you clicked on a plugin it would say that I downloaded it on H=December 12, 2020, or something or something like that. Or perhaps when you looked at your profile, it shows you a list? I imagine that the tech is already built in, because it knows when you look at a topic or when the topic has been updated?
Very nice tracking and particle work. I have to say I did not see anything in your video that could not be done with Isadora native particle generators. If you want more sophisticated repel and attract parameters look at the 3D Model Particles module. It has very capable options for the style of particle systems that you are designing and are particularly effective when responding to tracking data. The tool set has been enhanced for this purpose about 18 months ago.
After some intense testing, and a few restarts, it inexplicably began working again. We aren't sure why, and don't really know what we did to make it work again. It just began responding like normal.
If I run into this again, I'll document it more thoroughly and submit a ticket. Thank you for taking the time to respond to this, once it started working again I was so absorbed back into our tech that I didn't check back for the responses.