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UE3 - General Coding Gig

Discussion in 'Recruitment' started by SonnyAngellTeq, Sep 30, 2010.

  1. SonnyAngellTeq

    SonnyAngellTeq New Member

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    Greetings,

    We are looking to outsource a job to implement a 3d object into the unreal engine. It will simply be a human heart in a black space that can be moved via rotation on all axis. This WILL be implemented on a smartBoard or smartTable which is basically a Large touch screen. We need someone with great coding experience in C# and C++. As long as they can do this job and get the object to work in the engine so that it can be manipulated via rotation using a touch screen, that’s great.

    This is a paid job. And will be discussed with the designer
     
  2. Angel_Mapper

    Angel_Mapper Goooooooats

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    Would you even need C# or C++ for this? I'm assuming Unreal simply sees touchscreen input as a mouse or joystick. I'd be willing to do this, but how would I test it? I don't have a smartBoard or smartTable.
     
  3. SonnyAngellTeq

    SonnyAngellTeq New Member

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    ambershee Nimbusfish Rawks

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    If the hardware works on the assumption that the touches are the mouse cursor, yeah, you might get away with it. If not, you'll need a wrapper or similar to capture and send the input to UDK.
     

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