SDK Updates:
Cross-Platform, Python Integration, and Low-Level API Access on GitHub

News for developers!

We are excited to announce significant updates to our SDK, now supporting cross-platform development for both Android and PC Windows. This unified SDK simplifies project workflows and enhances compatibility with headsets such as Meta Quest, HTC and Pico, and extends support from Unity 2019 to 2022 for an easy integration into both new and legacy projects. Enhanced hand physics provide more realistic interactions, and our open-source low-level API is now available on GitHub for community contributions. Additionally, our new Python SDK version and streamlined Middleware optimize the development process across diverse environments and applications.

Standalone mode now available for Meta Quest, PICO XR and HTC headsets 

It is now possible to develop also for standalone Meta Quest, Pico and HTC headsets, which will communicate directly with TouchDIVER’s built-in Bluetooth, thus making the experience portable and easy to use everywhere. As usual, all standalone experiences can be bimanual as in all our environments.

SDK Unity cross-platform and compatibility

The new Unity SDK now supports both Android Standalone and PC Windows platforms uniquely, enabling developers to design experiences that can be tested in the editor and then deployed on both Android and Windows using the same project and SDK. This streamlines development and ensures complete cross-platform compatibility. Also, Unity SDK has been extended from 2019 to 2022, allowing the integration into existing legacy projects.
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New SDK Python version 

A porting of the low-level SDK to Python has been developed to facilitate the integration of WEART technology into new development environments and different applications.

Improved Hand Model System

With this new version of the SDK, several improvements have been made to the hand physics system, increasing the accuracy of haptic rendering during surface exploration, so that users can better feel the material finishes.
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Low-level API on Github

Contribute to the developments and adapt the software according to the integration needs! The accessible source code of the low-level SDK for C#, C++ and Python has been published on Github.

Middleware compatibility

The new Middleware is now capable of maintaining and managing WEART’s TouchDIVER, TouchKEY, and Haptic Totem using the same application, optimizing certain processes.

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