Ok, here is my problem which I don’t seem to be able to find a path to.
I have a java desktop application that I would like to get running on MS Surface(Simulator for now). Now I cannot just run it because, obviously the app does not support the necessary calls to let the surface hardware know “hey, i’m up and running” and so it the surface simulator always times out when I try to run it. (i created the app xml entry file necessary to get it on the simulator..as the java program is actually installed on the computer hosting the simulator.
I am aware of Squidy and have downloaded and run the Squidy .net project in the simulator(which does nothing except map surface events to TUIO events). But the question is can I achieve this with TUIO/Squidy at all? Has anyone else successfully gotten a java(or other native or non-.net surface app) to run on the surface or the simulator using these tools?
Using any tools?