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Update for site...

Laabicz | 25/11/2014

Hi everyone,
thanks for your interest about this project. But we reached maximum allowed traffic for this month, so next update of site will be in december.

Can't get it to run on Windows

Treefolk | 24/11/2014

your software looks great but unfortunately I can not get it to run on Win7. After getting the start script .bat to work, my Java just can not load some libraries it needs. Is it too difficult for java to create a package where all the libs are included?
- windows user, hates java!

Re: Can't get it to run on Windows

Laabicz | 25/11/2014

please send me some more info about it to my email (version of JRE, message from console). Use the HA_Trouble_shooting.bat to get info from console.

Re: Can't get it to run on Windows

Ken | 23/05/2015

You need to download java offline .I had the same problems, but now its works Good luck


Dosch | 18/11/2014

Hi, Thanks for a nice program, there are however a few small issues.
I can't change the hit limit and time limit in the program, only by editing ha.ini.
The weapons detection timer setting get's set to 0 ms when exiting.

Also, I'd like to suggest a different method for the hit detection timer.
Rather than requiring an elapsed time between hits, look for a short time where there is no laser dot on the target. Eg if the laser has been off for 50 ms it's reasonable to assume that the trigger has been released and the next detected laser dot is a new shot.

Re: Suggestions & Bugs...

Laabicz | 20/11/2014

Hi, thanks for your feedback. These bugs will be fixed (for few days) and i will upload a patch :)

This type of detection looks interresting. I have something similar in my schedule.

Re: Suggestions & Bugs...

Laabicz | 22/11/2014

I just tested bugs that You reported. Settings time and hit limit seems OK. Maybe there was problem that you don't use ENTER key to comfir these values.
The second was a realy bug, so I fixed it and uploaded to download site. Just download, unizp and copy into main directory of HA.
I will report this on main site (today or tomorow).

Thank you for your help.

HomeLESS HitAnalyzer on Ubuntu 14.04 64-bit

ZiziTheFirst | 09/06/2014

Thanks for the project, seems very promising. I tried to set it up in Ubuntu 14.04 64-bit with OpenJDK. However, I ran into a problem with VIDEO NOT FOUND in the HitAnalyzer software and a ton of exceptions in the console. In the end it turned out that it was caused by an error in the packed Processing libraries, which had bundled incompatible versions of jna.jar and gstreamer-java.jar (see I followed the instructions in the thread, replaced the jars and now I have a working video stream B-) If there are no further problems you may consider upgrading the distribution as well.

My environment:
Webcam: Creative Live! Cam Sync HD (supported by the manufacturer in Linux kernel 2.6+

OS (uname -a): Linux 3.13.0-29-generic #53-Ubuntu SMP Wed Jun 4 21:00:20 UTC 2014 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

HomeLESS_HA_1_1b_linpack capturing video in 1280x720 resolution

java version "1.7.0_55"
OpenJDK Runtime Environment (IcedTea 2.4.7) (7u55-2.4.7-1ubuntu1)
OpenJDK 64-Bit Server VM (build 24.51-b03, mixed mode)

Processing libraries: 2.1.2 (there's an even newer version 2.2.1 which I haven't tested yet)

As soon as I get my hands on some sort of laser pointer I'll try the hit detection as well. If there's anything I could help you with, don't hesitate to ask, as a programmer and open-source enthusiast (and a wannabe gun enthusiast) I'll be happy to contribute ;)

Re: HomeLESS HitAnalyzer on Ubuntu 14.04 64-bit

Laabicz | 11/06/2014

Thanks for your feedback,
in version 1.1b are still "tons of exceptions in the console" because there are some "mess" in source code, but in new version is it fixed :).
On some GNU/Linux distributions (I see this only at Ubuntu :P) is problem with Java libraries, but it can be easily fixed by installing devel libraries of Java.

Information about your webcam will be added to this page soon. Is still 30 fps with this high resolution?

Help is still welcome, see support page or write email.


Re: Re: HomeLESS HitAnalyzer on Ubuntu 14.04 64-bit

ZiziTheFirst | 15/06/2014

Good to hear that :) I am not getting any more exceptions after replacing the libraries myself, but I'll test the new HitAnalyzer version as soon as it comes out.

The webcam runs at 1280x720/30fps in guvcview, it reports 29.50 to 30 fps with a static cam, the frame rate drops only when it captures rapid movements. The picture quality seems low, sort of grainy, as if it was extrapolated from a lower-resolution sensor, but the manufacturer's page claims that the sensor really has HD resolution (see, so it might be just a matter of further picture settings.

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