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Eyesweb - MoCapListIn
The MoCapDataList is a datatype used in eyesweb for coordinates and other properties of one or more "Motion Capture Items"
The following module can read a complete MoCapDataList into VVVV.
I think this sometimes is more convenient than extracting all data in eyesweb and then sending single values to VVVV.
The MoCapDataList must be send from Eyesweb via TCP using the SendToNetwork block (Eyesweb: a pin for MoCapDataListOutput can be connected directly with this SendToNetwork block)
The module outputs all informations embedded in the MoCapDataList as spreads with slices for each Item enclosed in the list.
The output pins are named according to the parameter name in eyesweb: Label, Description, ItemCount, Factor, Type, Reliability, Parameter 2 ... Parameter 7.
The VVVV modul/patch must be started before Eyesweb, the patch in Eyesweb will not start otherwise.
MoCapListIn (Devices Eyesweb_33beta8_041113).zip (8.30 Kb)
Any improvements, comments or questions to this or the other modules are vvvvery welcome.

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