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Hello Everyone I'm trying to create a App or a Web Base app that can help me use a iPad as an interactive touch panel that can work with Watchout. Im creating a project with 10 different farm animals they each have a layer .png image for each animal. Now i want to create something in the ipad where they can click on the ipad the animal and in the live watchout display for the image to move and also play the sound of the animal. Does anyone have done anything similar to this or can some one help me start this up? Thank you in advance for any tips and help regarding this project thanks !!
I'm having trouble figuring out how to remotely control a Production Computer (PC) from another computer (OC) using TCP/IP. I've read appendix D, and understand the syntax, what I don't get is how to send the command from the OC to the PC. I have the OC on the same subnet as the PC and can ping it, I just don't know how to deliver the command. Thanks in advance.
Hi, I'm looking to create a single display that can be controlled by multiple users (up to 10) while still having a master controller and self triggering timeline. Ideally custom iPad apps would be created to trigger and adjust elements appearing on the screen. I've had a look at the Watchout Academy cookbooks, this seems like it could be created via SWF or Adobe Air app? Can the Dynamic Server trigger .exes or applications made via Processing, OpenFrameworks and the like? Wondering if anyone out there has created something similar to this and can offer some insight on how this could be achieved within Watchtout or should I look at other options? Thanks, Kien
Hi, This is Snaido Davis. I am currently working on a project where I have 2 or more presenters on stage at different locations who need to control the video content on screen without having to pass on their Ipads from hand to hand. Can a single show be controlled by multiple remote controls if the all have the same project loaded on them? Please advice. Thank you.