ThrongOSCDeck – an OSC & TUIO Recorder and Player [Update]

I have been looking for an application on the Internet that allows to record TUIO streams. However, I did not find a sufficient solution for this problem. Thus, I decided to write my own application called ThrongOSCDeck that can accomplish this task. It builds upon my Throng application that can be used to multiplex TUIO bundles from different TUIO providers.

Although initially intended for TUIO only, ThrongOSCDeck can be used for any kind of OSC stream. After recording an OSC stream, it can be played back or saved to file. I have designed the file format in a way that it is human-readable and editable.

Check out Throng’s github page for more information.

Update: I eventually found another OSC recorder via tuio.org called OSCRecordTools. It is written in Python.

Posted in Hochschule RheinMain, Java, OSC, Throng, tuio Tagged with: java, osc, throng, tuio
  • Guten Tach,

    cooles Ding, genau passend … hätte ich sonst auch selbst schreiben müssen, um nicht im Labor sitzen zu müssen.

  • andrewfrompretoria

    Will be very useful in my research, Thanks, Andrew

  • Denis Perevalov

    Recently I published free OSC editor/player KuStudio: https://sourceforge.net/projects/kustudio/ , it records tracks and let’s edit them, may be it would be helpful.

  • looks promising. thanks for sharing.

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