TUIO should be configured after configuring the touch settings. Having configured the touch settings go to the TUIO Tab.
Click on the Displax Connect right upper corner on the button containing an arrow.
Click on the Tuio tab.
In ‘Client’ define the IP of the PC which is going to receive TUIO events. Next, define the port that will be receiving these events.
Click ‘Start’ and test if the host PC is receiving the TUIO events. If not, check if the firewall is blocking them.
If TUIO events are being received in the Client PC, you can now close ‘DISPLAX Connect’, TUIO is now a Daemon (for windows)/Agent (OS X) process (it runs on the background).
To stop TUIO, go to the TUIO tab and click ‘Stop’. TUIO should now be stopped.
It is recommended to stop sending TUIO events before uninstalling ‘DISPLAX Connect’.
OS X: From ‘Displax Connect’ 1.9.0 version onwards, if touch injection is ON, 100 touches for the Skin Ultra and 40 touches for Skin Fit will be recognized through TUIO. If touch injection is OFF, only 20 touches will be recognized. Skin Dualtouch either way recognizes two touches.
OSX Touch injection
Windows and Linux: Does not matter the touch injection status, only 20 touches will be recognized through TUIO, either in Skin Ultra or Skin Fit. Skin Dualtouch either way recognizes two touches.
Windows and Linux Touch injection
Windows: Once the Board is reset or unplugged, you should restart TUIO, otherwise TUIO events will stop being sent to the host. But if you shut down or restart the computer, TUIO will automatically restart and there is no need to perform this step.