MMF-Fantastick


[MMF-Fantastick] : Max Multitouch Framework for iPad, iPhone & iPod-touch + Fantastick

MMF-Fantastick is an extension of MMF (Max Multitouch Framework) : a set of abstractions to control max user interface directly within a multitouch screen.

Fantastick is a free app for iPad, iPhone & iPod-touch : http://pinktwins.com/fantastick/

MMF-Fantastick will draw on your iThing (thanks to Fantastick) a representation of all named UI objects that are visible in the presentation mode of your Max patch, and let you control them directly from the multitouch screen of your device.
It’s really easy to configure, fast, bi-directionnal.. and free !

have a look at this video :
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tfvEV1zcAjQ

- first, install and configure Fantastick on your iPad/Phone/iPod-touch (http://pinktwins.com/fantastick/ )
- download & install latest version of MMF-Fantastick from http://code.google.com/p/mmf/downloads/list
(please read included readme file for instructions)


April 15, 2014 | 8:47 am

Hi Mathieu,

Looks like you have a lot of experience with multitouch for the MacOS environment. I need some help! I’m very keen to get an Acer T232HL hooked up to a MacBook Pro. Is it a simple case of downloading some drivers from touch-base.com?

Best Olly
olly@sphere.co.uk


April 16, 2014 | 1:14 am

this forum thread should give you all the information you need :

http://cycling74.com/forums/topic/crossplatform-multitouch-monitors-dell-stantum-acer/#post-286008

and yes, in order to use an Acer multitouch screen with macOs, you have to buy drivers from touch-base.com.

To control you Max patches with a multitouch screen, you can use MMF : http://www.mathieuchamagne.com/2009/03/04/mmf-max-multitouch-framework/
(not MMF-Fantastick, which is dedicated to iPad/iPhone !)


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