I’m playing around with the Sensel API in Visual Studio C#.
I’ve been successfull reading the contacts and creating a simple visualizer.
But I’ve run into a problem. When having two small contact areas (two pen tips) and moving them close to each other, they will merge and read as one contact. In my case this happens when the two contacts are less than one cm from each others.
I wonder, can I change the minimum distance where the contact merges? Because I need to read small contacts close to each other.
In case that is impossible, would it be possible to ignore contacts in certain areas and thereby avoiding two contacts merging? For example, two small contacts are close to each other but one of them is in an inactivated area, so the other one can move close without merging.
Thanks in advance!
Ok found a possible solution, set senselSetContactsEnableBlobMerge to false.
But how do I access that variable?
The C# sensel class doesn’t have it, but the C++ version supports it.
I’m using C# so what do I do?