Z.TargetInstance

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Z.TargetInstance

Inherits from Z.Node

Description

When a Target is detected by a TargetFinder, a TargetInstance is created. If more than one copy of the same Target exists within the camera feed, multiple TargetInstances will be created.

While this API supports multiple Targets and TargetInstances, at present ZapWorks Studio only supports one Target and one TargetInstance.

Provided by Z.TargetInstance

Events

notseen Emitted when this instance of the target is no longer detected in the camera feed.
seen Emitted when this instance of the target is detected in the camera feed.

Functions

identifier( ) Gets the identifier of the TargetInstance.
useGyro( ) Gets if the TargetInstance has been instructed to use the gyro.
useGyro(...) Sets if the TargetInstance should use the gyro.

Inherited from Z.Node

Functions

blend( ) Gets the type of blending used to render this object.
blend(...) Sets the type of blending used to render this object
color( ) Gets the color of the node.
color(...) Sets the color of the node.
cullFaces( ) Gets the type of culling to performed on this object.
cullFaces(...) Sets the type of culling to performed on this object.
enabled( ) Gets the value of enabled for the node.
enabled(...) Sets the value of enabled for the node.
position( ) Gets the position of the node.
position(...) Sets the position of the node
relativeTo( ) Gets an array of nodes that this node's location is relative to.
relativeTo(...) Sets the node(s) that this node's location is relative to.
relativeToProp( ) Gets the ratio of contributions that the nodes specified by relativeTo have on this node's location.
relativeToProp(...) Sets the ratio of contributions that the nodes specified by relativeTo have on this node's location.
rotation( ) Gets the rotation of the node.
rotation(...) Sets the rotation of the node.
scale( ) Gets the scale of the node.
scale(...) Sets the scale of the node.
visible( ) Gets the visibility of the node.
visible(...) Sets the visibility of this node.

Inherited from Z.Base

Functions

emit(...) Calls the handler functions attached to an event.
hasTag(...) Returns true if this object has the specified tag.
off(...) Removes a handler function from an event.
on(...) Attaches a handler function to an event.
one(...) Attaches a single-use handler function to an event.
pushTag(...) Adds a tag to this object.
removeTag(...) Removes a tag from this object.
tags( ) Gets an array of the tags that this object belongs to.
tags(...) Sets the array of the tags that this object belongs to.
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