PTAMM now available for Mac OS X

Version 1.3 of the PTAMM source code released, adding Apple Mac OS X support.  Download here.

The included manual has a step-by-step install guide for getting PTAMM running under Mac OSX 10.6 (Snow Leopard).

Advertisements

About Robert Castle

Freelance consultant at Egomotion Limited, specialising in augmented reality, computer vision, Unity, mobile and desktop apps.
This entry was posted in OSX, ptamm. Bookmark the permalink.

7 Responses to PTAMM now available for Mac OS X

  1. Christian Stewart says:

    Hey,

    I’m stuck at one part. When building PTAMM itself, what are the custom link directories? Even if I remove the -L etc for them it still does not compile right. Sorry, this is kind of new to me.

    Thanks
    Christian

    • bobcastle says:

      The custom directories are the locations of the header files and the lib files for the third party libraries: libCVD, TooN, GVars, and lib3ds. This is all detailed in the included manual, along with a step by step guide. Hope this helps.

  2. Chrisitan Stewart says:

    Hi!

    Sorry, I was an idiot and didnt see the example installation. I followed it religiously, line for line, yet something weird is happening.

    I’m on a Macbook Pro. I launch the compiled CameraCalibrator, the camera config window pops up (doesnt come to the front weirdly, just stays behind all the other windows), I click the OK button to start, and in the console it either ends with Bus Error or does nothing at all – I.E. the x11 application starts, but no window opens, nothing happens.

    ????
    Christian

    • bobcastle says:

      – Yes, I noticed that about the camera config window. No idea why.
      – Also, I have no idea what the Bus Error is either.
      – It works on my mid 2010 Macbook Pro, but not on my iMac.
      – On the iMac I get the same bus error.

      – Pestering people on the CVD mailing list may help, as it is a libCVD issue.
      – Try using the latest build of libCVD (off the CVS). They may have fixed it.

      Unfortunately, I haven’t had the time to chase it down. Sorry I can’t help with this particular issue.

  3. Aaron Wetzler says:

    Hi. I have followed your install for osx. Im running snow leopard on a new mac mini. Everything compiles perfectly. I have connected a PointGrey FLea2 (I know it works because it works in iChat). And then when I type ./CameraCalibrator I get the following:

    GIPMac1s-Mac-mini:PTAMM gipmac1$ ./CameraCalibrator
    Welcome to CameraCalibrator
    ————————————–
    Parallel tracking and mapping for Small AR workspaces
    Copyright (C) Isis Innovation Limited 2008

    Parsing calibrator_settings.cfg ….
    VideoSource_OSX: Creating QTBuffer….
    IMPORTANT
    This will open a quicktime settings planel.
    You should use this settings dialog to turn the camera’s
    sharpness to a minimum, or at least so small that no sharpening
    artefacts appear! In-camera sharpening will seriously degrade the
    performance of both the camera calibrator and the tracking system.
    > Error creating QTBuffer; expection: QTBuffer: failed to open video sequence grabber: SGNewChannel returned error

    Any ideas why ?

  4. aaronwetzler says:

    I have the same error on a new mac mini. Any ideas?

  5. Pingback: ISMA303: Interactivity – Kinect Inspiration

Leave a Reply

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out / Change )

Twitter picture

You are commenting using your Twitter account. Log Out / Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out / Change )

Google+ photo

You are commenting using your Google+ account. Log Out / Change )

Connecting to %s