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 GestureWorks can be setup to run in two different modes. Screen mode is the simplest. In this mode touch points from the screen are sent to GestureWorks and gestures are sent back. There is no association with a specific gesture and a specific object. For example if you wanted a fullscreen pan or rotation this mode sets it up easily. GestureWorks can be setup to run in two different modes. Screen mode is the simplest. In this mode touch points from the screen are sent to GestureWorks and gestures are sent back. There is no association with a specific gesture and a specific object. For example if you wanted a fullscreen pan or rotation this mode sets it up easily.
  
-Full code for this sample is in the GestureWorks install at GestureWorks\C++\gestureworks-demo-screen\+Full code for this sample is in the GestureWorks install at GestureWorks\C++\gestureworks-demo-screen\.
  
 **1 - Include the header “GestureWorks2.h” and link to the appropriate C++ dll library.** GestureWorks is built with Visual Studio and includes 32 and 64 bit dlls for debug and release. **1 - Include the header “GestureWorks2.h” and link to the appropriate C++ dll library.** GestureWorks is built with Visual Studio and includes 32 and 64 bit dlls for debug and release.
c_screen_tutorial.txt · Last modified: 2019/01/21 16:34 (external edit)