Changes between Version 41 and Version 42 of QuickStart


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09/24/13 16:33:09 (6 years ago)
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    5252where "specname.xml" is your specification, which must be located on the classpath (e.g. in the resource dir).  
    5353 
     54== Sending BML through code == 
     55Use 
     56{{{ 
     57AsapVirtualHuman vh = ee.loadVirtualHuman("humanoid", "", spec, "AsapRealizer demo"); 
     58RealizerPort realizerPort = vh.getRealizerPort(); 
     59realizerPort.performBML("<bml ... </bml>");  
     60}}} 
     61to send BML to AsapRealizer using Java. 
     62 
     63Using 
     64{{{ 
     65realizerPort.addListener(... 
     66}}} 
     67you can add a listener for BML feedback. 
     68 
     69You can also send BML using one of the supported middleware platforms, or hook up your own middleware for this (see MiddleWareConnection). 
     70 
    5471== How to continue from here? == 
    5572You can now try out and get familiar with BML control of your avatar. You can create a copy of this project to create your own !AsapRealizer application. When this first example project is working, you might want to read into how to configure !AsapRealizer using the VirtualHumanLoader XML configuration files, you might start to read up on the setup and use of the BuildSystem, or you might want to figure out how to use these projects in Eclipse (see UsingAsapRealizerInEclipse).