HID Driver as Windows Service

THIS IS WHEN YOU’RE DONE WITH INSTALLING THE HID DRIVER, FOR THAT PLEASE REFER TO THE POST CALLED “HID DRIVER INSTALL”

Hi,
So, I’ve published the HID Driver from Daniel D and the package called “MultitouchVista driver release” but I didn’t tell you what to do with the second one.
With the HID Driver, I had you guys launching all those multitouch.service.console.exe, and multitouch.driver.console.exe… not very good…
So after installing the HID Driver as instructed in one of the previous posts, here is how to install all that as Windows Service, so you’ll have just ccv to launch…

THIS IS WHEN YOUR FINE WITH THE HID DRIVER, IF NOT PLEASE REFER TO THE PREVIOUS POST.

I must warn you, the instructions are maybe missing some parts or explanations because I don’t know exactly what I did since the beginning to enable it, but I’m almost sure that’s it, and if it doesn’t work with you, just PM me on the forum or contact me, and I’ll find the missing piece…!!!
So here it is :
First have the HID driver installed as told earlier.
Then download the archive called “MultitouchVista Driver release” down here…
Extract everything somewhere you won’t delete it… (I don’t know if you can delete it after installing it, but I guess not)
Then you’ll need a command called installutil.exe in the command line of windows.
To enable this function, you have to install a windows SDK, the vista one or the win7 one. Here is a link to the win7 sdk BETA, the one I use :

http://download.microsoft.com/downl...

After installing the SDK, type in the Start Menu Search box : cmd, and launch as admin the one called CMD Shell (or the one called cmd of you have only this option)…
Navigate to the folder where you’ve extracted the archive… (using the cd command, you shoudl be able to find help on that on google, or contact me).
Then type : installutil.exe Multitouch.Driver.Service.exe and press enter.
Some crap should scrol in the box and then close it.
Now launch the services manager of windows 7 (type services in the start menu search box, it will find it.
Scroll down until you find a service called Multitouch Driver, double clic on it and then choose start to launch it.
(Some firewall can block the UDP listening of the driver, so if you have any notification from your firewall, allow the application to have acces to internet, then shutdown the service (with several try because you’ll get some error messages) and then restart it).
Close all the box, launch ccv and enable tuio protocol…
This should do the trick.
As i said, some parts could be missing so don’t panic, send me a quick feedback and I’ll help you fixing that…
Cya !!!!!

OSC or Flash : not a choice to make anymore… {UPDATE 29/11/2009 12:32}

Hi,
Some of you have a nice working table and love to show it around… But how to show friends that the table is simple to use if you have to change the transmission protocol in ccv when you want to jump from Win7 apps to flash app…
Here is a modified release of CCV which allows you to send both to OSC and Flash (by hiting the w key to start emitting and unchecking one of the OSC or Flash box to stop it) :
http://cktouch.fr.nf/share/ccvmod.z…

P.S. : this is not my code, but give me a feedback on it on the forum of a comment here…

{UPDATE 12/09/2009 16:43} Here is the new version with the resolution bug fixed and some improvments regarding the (0,0) false blob, see newer post…

{UPDATE 29/11/2009 12:32} I’ve included a mod of ccv that enable color tracking instead of light tracking…

MS Touch Pack (suite) and Work in Progress

Hi,
So I tried this week end the touch pack on my Rear DI Setup. It was just great. I think this pack is really a good start for the expansion of multitouch devices.
So for the people who don’t know what is the content of the pack : 3 multitouch games, 1 screensaver, 1 photo collage app, 1 globe app.
For more infos on the pack, just google a little and you will find anythinkg you want about it.
As soon as my setup is complete, I swear I can make it within 1-2 weeks, I will post some pictures and videos, and I’ll publish a list of apps (win, flash, Python) which are working with the table…
By the way, my table is almost done. I’ve bough the table which will be the base of the setup.

here are some pics of the table :
http://www.conforama.fr/webapp/wcs/…

I’ve placed the illuminators (I use 6-7 of the 48 led lluminators from HK (ebay)) and the mirors and the projector. I will have a 20″ screen (maybe a little bit more but I can’t do more because I don’t want the table to be more than 45cm high.).
I still have to find the right place for the camera and to do some tests, but I hope this will be over soon.
I keep you in touch…

EDIT I won’t make it within two weeks I think, as soon as I get the glass for my table I will do some videos…

MultitouchVista Driver Release

THIS IS JUST A DOWNLOAD LINK RELEASE, NOTHING TO DO WITH THE HID DRIVER FOR WIN7 INSTALL, PLEASE REFER TO PREVIOUS POSTS FOR THAT, TO SEE WHAT TO DO WITH THIS ONE, PLEASE REFER TO THE POST “HID DRIVER AS SERVICE”
I’ve been publishing updates of the source code compiled of the MultitouchVista Driver from Daniel D codeplex page (tks Daniel), and now are the release of the driver with only the files you need to have the driver/service running.
Those release are now enough stable to be used instead of the sourcecode pack, but I’ll keep the source code updated anyway.

Here is the link to the archive :

http://cktouch.fr.nf/share/MTVrelea...

And here is a link to Daniel D Codeplex Page if you need any help to install this or if you are just curious :

http://multitouchvista.codeplex.com...

HID Driver for Seven {UPDATE DRIVER 20/10/2009 14:53}

I AM NOT THE ORIGINAL DEVELOPER OF THIS DRIVER.
You can find the main page of this projet here : http://multitouchvista.codeplex.com…

Here is the HID Driver for seven from the multitouch vista codeplex website… the archive contains the driver already compiled…

SEE NEXT POST FOR INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS

http://cktouch.fr.nf/share/hiddrive...

for updating, you need to unistall the universal hid software device in the device manager, and then follow the installation instructions in the next post…

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