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Formulas based on and input and an x-axis range


philmcneill
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Hi There, 

 

Im new to watchout and im just trying to get my head around creating a forumla. 

 

What im trying to achieve is. we have a projection wall showcasing an photographic panorama this pans in the x axis, and within this image there are points of interest (separate layers panning at the same speed as the image ). when a visitor walks up to the wall (in a predefined position) and a point of interest pans infront of the visitor, information is displayed. 

 

The way im thinking of doing is at the moment is having an input sensor to detect the presence of a vistor and then saying, If a vistor is present and the information asset pans infront of the vistor (a defined x-axis range) run a task to display the information. 

 

if anyone has an insite on how this could be possible that would be amazing

 

cheers,

 

Phil

 

 

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Hi There, 

 

Im new to watchout and im just trying to get my head around creating a forumla. 

 

What im trying to achieve is. we have a projection wall showcasing an photographic panorama this pans in the x axis, and within this image there are points of interest (separate layers panning at the same speed as the image ). when a visitor walks up to the wall (in a predefined position) and a point of interest pans infront of the visitor, information is displayed. 

 

The way im thinking of doing is at the moment is having an input sensor to detect the presence of a vistor and then saying, If a vistor is present and the information asset pans infront of the vistor (a defined x-axis range) run a task to display the information. 

 

if anyone has an insite on how this could be possible that would be amazing

 

cheers,

 

Phil

 

don't want to leave you hanging ...

There are a lot of variables there from the simple to the sublime.

Simple - put the data on a conditional layer as it is in synch with the 'points of interest'

and reveal it with a simple condition change.

A bit tedious to code, but doable with a sensor trigger as simple as a 

switch closure -> MIDI Note interface -> Task trigger ->

  aux timline that talks to watchout itself and sets the appropriate condition.

As you are venturing into the world of control (vs content assembly)

such an endeavor assumes you have mastered Appendix D of the User Guide.

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