[SDL] Summer Of Code - Gesture Midterm Update
vitto.giova at yahoo.it
Mon Jul 12 23:49:07 PDT 2010
don't forget that besides gestures, you need to provide api that
involve touch and tapping,
something like SDL_numberOfFingers to represent the number of touches
at a given time, or SDL_numberOfTaps to represent the number of quick
It may sound a little tricky but it would make the gesture framework complete.
i agree with Nathaniel, you should coordinate with the iphone
maintainer and the android porter, those two systems should allow you
plenty of testing for your gesture support.
On Sun, Jul 11, 2010 at 7:13 AM, Jim Grandpre <jim.tla at gmail.com> wrote:
> Hey all -
> This is the official midterm update on the Gesture Recognition GSOC project.
> If you are interested in checking out what I have so far, or looking at the
> code, you can access an up to date repository
> at http://hg.libsdl.org/SDL-gsoc2010_gesture/
> At this point we have a complete touch and gesture recognition system on
> Linux platforms (Tested on Ubuntu, using a Wacom Bamboo Fun touch tablet).
> The touch system sends events for "finger down," "finger up," and "finger
> move," which should be fairly self explanatory.
> There are currently two types of gesture recognition:
> (1) An implemantation of $1, and (2) my own simple algorithm for detecting
> rotation, pinching, and movement with multiple fingers.
> The rest of the project will be focused on cleaning up/improving the
> existing gesture recognition, and on adding support for other operating
> If you are interested in helping out:
> If you have experience with multi-touch programming (especially on
> Windows) I'd love to hear any tips you may have.
> If you have a touchpad and run linux, I can always use more testers, and
> bug reports would be helpful.
> If you have any other though/suggestions/ideas I'm willing to listen.
> -Jim Grandpre
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