ID Tag Settings

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ID Tag Settings

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ID Tag Settings

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This topic explains the section "ID Tag Settings" of the ID Tag node, for general information about IR ID tracking and links to other chapters please see the topic ID Tag Tracker.

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This section includes tag settings, most of them apply when the 3D Tracking Mode is used (see section "Global Tracking Settings").
If you like to use data of a tag as an output value of the ID Tag Tracker node or if you like to see the tag in the preview, the tag needs to be listed in the table. To add a tag, click into the row and enter its ID or use the "Add Multiple Tags" button. If you need to change an entry, simply (right-)click into the cell. To delete a tag ID, you need to delete the entire row. To do so, click into the first cell (*) to select the row and press the "Delete" key on your keyboard.
To see the data from the node activate "ID Data Output".

Enable Swap

This enables the "Swap" function. After enabling "Swap", two listed tags need to wear a "Swap ID". Then, a "Radius" needs to be set up. Now, as soon as two tags meet each, meaning that there are as close as the "Radius" says, they will exchange their "Swap ID".

Enable Share

This enables the "Share" function. After enabling "Share", at least two listed tags need to wear a "Share ID". Then, a "Radius" needs to be set up. Now, as soon as two tags meet each, meaning that there are as close as the "Radius" says, one tag will overwrite the "Share ID" of the other one.

ID Data Output

This enables the data output meaning that the ID Tag Tracker node outputs data that can be used in other nodes.

Add Multiple Tags

This opens a dialog that fastens the process of entering multiple tags to the list that is described above.

Config ID Tag

Please see the chapter "Config ID Tag".