TUIOdroid

TUIOdroid Free App

Rated 4.20/5 (108) —  Free Android application by Martin Kaltenbrunner

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About TUIOdroid

TUIOdroid (originally developed by Tobias Schwirten) is an open source TUIO tracker for Android devices, which allows multi-touch remote control based on the TUIO protocol. It is capable of sending standard TUIO/UDP messages through any active 3G or WIFI connection. This application is available free of charge on the Android Market and can be used in conjunction with any TUIO enabled client application. Its source code is also available under the terms of the GPL and therefore can be freely used for the creation of open source TUIO enabled mobile applications. Apart from that TUIOdroid is also a useful tool for the development and testing of TUIO 1.1 client implementations.

Source code repository: https://github.com/TobiasSchwirten/tuiodroid
You can find further information about the TUIO protocol and framework at TUIO.org

This application has been created by Tobias Schwirten and Martin Kaltenbrunner. The included Java TUIO implementation is using the JavaOSC library by Chandrasekhar Ramakrishnan. Please note that the GPL demands the publication of the full source code of any derived work. If you are planning to develop a proprietary application based on this code, we may be able to provide an alternative commercial license option.

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Download and install TUIOdroid version 1.0 on your Android device!
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Android package: tuioDroid.impl, download TUIOdroid.apk

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App History & Updates

What's Changed
* enable full screen
* add background image
* shake for settings
* fix networking setup
* check valid inputs
* remove debug messages

What are users saying about TUIOdroid

I70%
by I####:

Single touch worked surprisingly well. With some tweaking I made my Note II a touch input for the Android Wear emulator.

Y70%
by Y####:

Won't connect to Java client. Well it connects, sends source, alive, fseq many times, but then stops. I think the client isn't responding do your app stops sending, but I wish it would just continue to send. Edit: I grabbed source and it sends even when it doesn't receive a response, nice!

F70%
by F####:

Single touch worked surprisingly well. With some tweaking I made my Note II a touch input for the Android Wear emulator.

C70%
by C####:

just what i needed. just put the address of your system and connect via socket

E70%
by E####:

Hi, could you please add more touch count support? Thanks

N70%
by N####:

Too bad.

H70%
by H####:

Can it provide a screen preview??

K70%
by K####:

Works well

O70%
by O####:

Great!

X70%
by X####:

Awesome app!

P70%
by P####:

Gt to see this get a full release.

M70%
by M####:

Needed to revert to 0. 7 to fix the bug with no connection

B70%
by B####:

Exactly what I was looking for


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Rating Distribution

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4.25
108 users

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