New TouchDesigner Components


Two open source components for Derivative’s TouchDesigner have been released for receiving person tracks streamed from OpenPTrack. The components were developed by Phoenix-based developer/stage designer Ian Shelanskey, and can be found in our GitHub repository as well as in Ian’s.

The first component is a TOX using Python that improves on the original examples in the OpenPTrack wiki. The second is a C++ Chop that provides much higher performance while tracking large groups of people (20 or more).  

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