EVa Real-Time Software (EVaRTTM) provides a user with a simple and powerful interface to the Motion AnalysisTM motion capture hardware. Under a single software environment you can set up, calibrate, capture motion in real-time, capture motion for post processing, edit and save data in the format of your choice.
The evart-stream package contains a daemon that connects to the EVaRTTM motion capture software through an SDK, listen to the network for data streaming requests and can stream the marker positions detected by EVaRTTM.
evart-client (this package) is a library with a programming interface that is aimed at controlling the evart-stream server as well as receiving the marker data from it. It is more intended for use on a Unix system. It is released as an open-source software under a BSD license.
The evart-client manual is available from this link
- evart-client-2.2.tar.gz (May 18, 2011)
- evart-client-2.1.tar.gz (Apr 15, 2011)
- evart-client-2.0.tar.gz (Oct 5, 2009)
- evart-client-1.5.tar.gz (Oct 1, 2009)
- evart-client-1.4.tar.gz (Jul 29, 2008)
- evart-client-1.3.tar.gz (Jul 28, 2008)
- evart-client-1.2.tar.gz (Jul 21, 2008)
This package uses autotools. In order to compile you should use the well known sequence:
# ./configure; make; make install
Please look at ./configure --help for available configuration options.
Note that this package is also included in robotpkg.