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Getting started with Multi-Touch Development in Python: Part 4

Its time for a new tutorial!  This time we will build a slightly(but only slightly) more realistic example.  We will use PyGame to render a green box, and allow us to drag it around, and resize it by pinching and squeezing.  As usual, if you have any suggestions regarding tutorials, or if you have an idea for a tutorial I should write, send me an email(can be found in the contact me section to the right), or say something in the comments.

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Getting Started with Multi-Touch Development in Python: Part 2

This is the second part in an endless series of tutorials dealing with Multi-Touch Development in Python.  If you have not read the first one yet, it can be found here.

In the last tutorial we made a really useless example, where every time each TUIO event happened, it would print out “Something left the table”, “Something moved on the table”, or “Something was placed on the table”.  We are going to further extend this program to print out where it happened.

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