exactly. And, Ben, we have it all set up in the SVN. Check Jmol 12.3 (trunk) org.molecularplayground.MPJmolApp.java. This is not what Angel is using, but it is the way to go. Basically the answer is to use sockets. Jmol can be set up as a listener via the sync command. It is very easy.

Please let me work with you on this -- we can adapt the interface as needed. Are you doing this with the MS driver or third-party driver?

Another option would be to use the SparshUI interface that we have installed, but the MolecularPlayground interface is what we're most interested in developing.

You have seen the videos at You Tube (bobjmol) ?

Bob




On Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 2:33 PM, Angel HerrŠez <angel.herraez@uah.es> wrote:
Hey Benn, that sounds interesting!

Have you read about Molecular Playground? They have set a Kinect
interfaced to Jmol using MacOS software.

www.molecularplayground.org



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