faceLAB 5 customers are entitled to download the latest updates from the Seeing Machines Sharefile site.
faceLAB 4 customers are entitled to download the latest updates from the Seeing Machines Sharefile site.
The Seeing Machines CoreData API is a set of libraries and tools for
interpreting and manipulating the tracking engine from many Seeing Machines products.
* Open source
* Multi-language: C++, C#, Python
* Multi-platform: Windows, Mac OS X, Linux
|April 14, 2011||22.214.171.124799||Windows||105 MB||Release Notes|
|April 14, 2011||126.96.36.199799||Linux||111 MB||Release Notes|
|April 14, 2011||188.8.131.52799||Mac OSX||11 MB||Release Notes|
** Please note that the Client Tools SDK is now deprecated, download CoreData instead.
The Client Tools SDK is available for free download.It provides source-code and examples for receiving and processing faceLAB® data over a TCP/IP network, and includes support for serial-port transfers.The source-code can be compiled under Windows 95/98/Me/2000/XP, and most versions of Linux.
|August 29, 2008||2.4||Windows||18.3 MB||Client Tools SDK|
|August 29, 2008||2.4||Linux / Other||512 KB||Client Tools SDK|
The faceLAB®4 Data Browser is the latest release of the data browser previously shipped as part of the FaT (below), and works with faceLAB® version 4.
|February 7, 2005||2.1||Data Browser for faceLAB® version 4.1||Readme.txt|
A sample project demonstrating direct import of faceLAB® binary log files into Matlab for analysis. This project works with faceLAB® version 4 log files.
|November 3, 2005||1.00||Data Loader for Matlab.|
With the release of faceLAB® version 4, the FaT was replaced with the Data Browser (shown above). Hence the FaT is no longer being updated and only works with faceLAB® prior to version 4. The FaT is a collection of Matlab functions and scripts that provides faceLAB® users (prior to version 4.0) with specifically tailored visualization, data extraction and display tools. Please also see the faceLAB® Data Loader for Matlab (above).
|October 21, 2003||1.2.1||Fourth release of the FaT||Readme.txt|
|May 19, 2003||1.1.0||Third release of the FaT||Now Includes xlFaT|
|November 20, 2002||1.1.0||Second release of the FaT||Information Sheet|
|ovember 20, 2002||1.1.0||This is the first release of the FaT||Information Sheet|
NTP FastTrack is available for free download. It allows computers on a network to synchronize their clocks, using the Network Time Protocol. A quick start guide is included, explaining the key concepts, and how to use NTP with faceLAB®.
|April 30, 2007||1.2.0||Windows||NTP for faceLAB Guide|
|November 11, 2005||1.1.0||Windows||NTP for faceLAB Guide|
|November 30, 2002||1.1.0||Windows||NTP for faceLAB Guide|
|November 30, 2002||1.1.0||Linux||NTP for faceLAB Guide|
The WorldView App is an add-on application to the faceLAB App, and is used for viewing the data produced by faceLAB against a 3D model of a world environment, as well as editing that world environment.
|October 27, 2010||184.108.40.206366||Windows||Release_Notes.txt|
|January 11, 2010||220.127.116.11128||Windows||Release_Notes.txt|
|May 14, 2009||18.104.22.168101||Windows||Release_Notes.txt|
|August 29, 2008||22.214.171.12457||Windows||Readme.txt|
|June 16, 2008||126.96.36.19995||Windows||Readme.txt|
|July 18, 2007||188.8.131.52||Windows||Readme.txt|