• Brun0oO

    @JonB : Simple...Thank you!

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  • Brun0oO


    Is it normal : if I put a simple pythonista_startup.py in the site-packages folder with a simple (and single) print(« hello ») inside, I see « hello » twice in the console...
    I would like to understand the reason because i’m using the dgelessus’s enabled_faulthandler script and it’s also called twice ....


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  • Brun0oO

    @mikael said:

    What is the ObjC exception?

    Thank you a lot for the dgelessus's trick !
    Here the detail of the caught exception :

    Fatal Python error: Bus error
    Thread 0x000000016e253000 (most recent call first):
      File "/var/containers/Bundle/Application/8FF92FC6-5C37-4D62-B81A-058EFF5E9BFF/Pythonista3.app/Frameworks/Py3Kit.framework/pylib/selectors.py", line 377 in select
      File "/var/containers/Bundle/Application/8FF92FC6-5C37-4D62-B81A-058EFF5E9BFF/Pythonista3.app/Frameworks/Py3Kit.framework/pylib/socketserver.py", line 237 in serve_forever
      File "/var/containers/Bundle/Application/8FF92FC6-5C37-4D62-B81A-058EFF5E9BFF/Pythonista3.app/Frameworks/Py3Kit.framework/pylib/site-packages/werkzeug/serving.py", line 437 in serve_forever
      File "/var/containers/Bundle/Application/8FF92FC6-5C37-4D62-B81A-058EFF5E9BFF/Pythonista3.app/Frameworks/Py3Kit.framework/pylib/site-packages/werkzeug/serving.py", line 693 in inner
      File "/var/containers/Bundle/Application/8FF92FC6-5C37-4D62-B81A-058EFF5E9BFF/Pythonista3.app/Frameworks/Py3Kit.framework/pylib/site-packages/werkzeug/serving.py", line 711 in run_simple
      File "/private/var/mobile/Containers/Shared/AppGroup/A0225C98-C19E-4DB5-B0EE-E750A7DDCC8E/Pythonista3/Documents/site-packages/flask/app.py", line 841 in run
      File "/private/var/mobile/Library/Mobile Documents/iCloud~com~omz-software~Pythonista3/Documents/webvr_embedded/main.py", line 152 in run
      File "/var/containers/Bundle/Application/8FF92FC6-5C37-4D62-B81A-058EFF5E9BFF/Pythonista3.app/Frameworks/Py3Kit.framework/pylib/threading.py", line 917 in _bootstrap_inner
      File "/var/containers/Bundle/Application/8FF92FC6-5C37-4D62-B81A-058EFF5E9BFF/Pythonista3.app/Frameworks/Py3Kit.framework/pylib/threading.py", line 885 in _bootstrap
    Thread 0x000000016dcbb000 (most recent call first):
      File "/private/var/mobile/Library/Mobile Documents/iCloud~com~omz-software~Pythonista3/Documents/webvr_embedded/main.py", line 206 in __init__
      File "/private/var/mobile/Library/Mobile Documents/iCloud~com~omz-software~Pythonista3/Documents/webvr_embedded/main.py", line 258 in <module>

    As you can see, I think the problem comes from my embedded http server. I do not have to close it properly (despite my attempt)... well it's not easy because of the external library and the multi threading mechanism used...I will try to look more closely (if anyone wants to help me, I'm interested ;o)

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  • Brun0oO

    @mikael said:

    Please do submit improvements or ideas, either here or as issues/pull requests.

    Ok I made my first pull requests on your repository ;o)
    do not hesitate to tell me if this is badly done...

    I think I still have a kind of memory leak in my script since I can't run it twice (Pythonista leaves unexpectedly) but I think it's not related to your script...
    Indeed strange thing : I have to call a blank page when closing my script otherwise the sound of my video continues to play...

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  • Brun0oO

    I got it, now it works !
    I'm going to suggest some modifications of wkwebview.py to its author ;o)

    Note: I need to find a better way to clear the web cache... sometimes it fails...

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  • Brun0oO

    @JonB : thanks for your advice but I think I host all the files locally and I use theses resources correctly (have a look to the 'web/static/js' directory and the 'vr_embedded.html' file). Is there anything in particular you're referring to?

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  • Brun0oO


    Here a demo : https://github.com/Brun0oO/Pythonista/tree/master/webvr_embedded

    My goal is to embed a webvr experience using pythonista and more specially to display a stereoscopic 360 video (it sounds crazy does it not?).

    My results :

    * If I use a webview then I manage to display an online webvr experience.
    * If I use a local flask server then I manage to stream a video to my webview.
    * But if I try to embed the webvr experience and use my local streaming server then the same video is not displayed...

    Can anyone help me ?

    Thanks a lot !

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  • Brun0oO

    Finally, I managed to initialize an ar session
    but I remain open to any improvement (
    especially the famous ARKit constants and the call to the sleep function ;o)

    Here the code :

    # coding: utf-8
    import objc_util
    from objc_util import *
    import ui
    import os
    import sys
    #from myDebugToolKit import *
    import time
    from enum import IntFlag
    # Some 'constants' used by ARkit
    # But i can't transfer them to the ARKit framework, why ?????
    class ARWorldAlignment(IntFlag):
        ARWorldAlignmentGravity = 0
        ARWorldAlignmentGravityAndHeading = 1
        ARWorldAlignmentCamera = 2
    class ARPlaneDetection(IntFlag):
        ARPlaneDetectionNone = 0
        ARPlaneDetectionHorizontal = 1 << 0
        ARPlaneDetectionVertical = 1 << 1
    # Work In Progress here, I'm deciphering the ARKit constants...
    #class ARSCNDebugOption(IntFlag):
    #    ARSCNDebugOptionNone = 0
    #    ARSCNDebugOptionShowWorldOrigin = int("ffffffff80000000", 16)
    #    ARSCNDebugOptionShowFeaturePoints = int("ffffffff40000000", 16)
    class ARSessionRunOptions(IntFlag):
        ARSessionRunOptionsNone                     = 0
        ARSessionRunOptionResetTracking             = 1 << 0
        ARSessionRunOptionRemoveExistingAnchors     = 1 << 1
    NSError = ObjCClass('NSError')
    SCNScene = ObjCClass('SCNScene')
    ARSCNView = ObjCClass('ARSCNView')
    ARWorldTrackingConfiguration = ObjCClass('ARWorldTrackingConfiguration')
    ARSession = ObjCClass('ARSession')
    UIViewController = ObjCClass('UIViewController')
    ARPlaneAnchor = ObjCClass('ARPlaneAnchor')
    # I should refactor te following line in a class but I need to learn more the create_objcc_class function
    sceneview = None
    # Here some set up functions used by the main class
    def createSampleScene():
        # an empty scene
        scene = SCNScene.scene()
        return scene
    def setDebugOptions(arscn):
        # Work In Progress Here, I'm trying to decipher the arkit constants...
        #val = ARSCNDebugOption.ARSCNDebugOptionShowWorldOrigin | ARSCNDebugOption.ARSCNDebugOptionShowFeaturePoints
        val = int("fffffffffc000000", 16) # this value is a combination of ShowWorldOrigin and ShowFeaturePoints flags, but I can't isolate each flags....
        print('Before calling setDebugOptions_(%s) : debugOptions=%s' %(hex(val), hex(arscn.debugOptions())))
        print('After calling setDebugOptions_(%s) : debugOptions=%s' % (hex(val),hex(arscn.debugOptions())))
    def createARSceneView(x, y, w, h, debug=True):
        v = ARSCNView.alloc().initWithFrame_((CGRect(CGPoint(x, y), CGSize(w, h))))
        v.setShowsStatistics_(debug) # I love statistics...
        return v
    # Some callback definitions used by create_objc_class
    def CustomViewController_touchesBegan_withEvent_(_self, _cmd, _touches, event):
        touches = ObjCInstance(_touches)
        for t in touches:
            loc = t.locationInView_(sceneview)
            sz = ui.get_screen_size()
    def runARSession(arsession):
        arconfiguration = ARWorldTrackingConfiguration.alloc().init()
        arconfiguration.setPlaneDetection_ (ARPlaneDetection.ARPlaneDetectionHorizontal)
        arconfiguration.setWorldAlignment_(ARWorldAlignment.ARWorldAlignmentGravity) # I do not use ARWorldAlignmentGravityAndHeading anymore because on my device, sometimes it fails to initialize the ar session because of an unitialized sensor (error 102). I think my magnetic phone casing plays tricks on me...
        arsession.runWithConfiguration_options_(arconfiguration, ARSessionRunOptions.ARSessionRunOptionResetTracking | ARSessionRunOptions.ARSessionRunOptionRemoveExistingAnchors )
        time.sleep(0.5) # Let the system breathe ;o) Ok, that's the workarround I found to retrieve the ar session configuration (otherwise I got None)....
        print('configuration',arsession.configuration()) # Very usefull for the debuging (at least for me !)
    def CustomViewController_viewWillAppear_(_self, _cmd, animated):
    def CustomViewController_viewWillDisappear_(_self, _cmd, animated):
        session = sceneview.session()
    def MyARSCNViewDelegate_renderer_didAdd_for_(_self, _cmd, scenerenderer, node, anchor):
        if not isinstance(anchor, (ARPlaneAnchor)):
        # to be implemented...
    def MyARSCNViewDelegate_session_didFailWithError_(_self,_cmd,_session,_error):
        print(err_obj) # Again, very usefull for the debuging...
    # The main class...
    class MyARView(ui.View):
        def __init__(self):
        def initialize(self):
            global sceneview
            self.flex = 'WH'
            screen = ui.get_screen_size()
            # set up the scene
            scene = createSampleScene()
            # set up the ar scene view delegate
            methods = [MyARSCNViewDelegate_renderer_didAdd_for_,MyARSCNViewDelegate_session_didFailWithError_]
            protocols = ['ARSCNViewDelegate']
            MyARSCNViewDelegate = create_objc_class('MyARSCNViewDelegate', NSObject, methods=methods, protocols=protocols)
            delegate = MyARSCNViewDelegate.alloc().init()
            # set up the ar scene view
            sceneview = createARSceneView(0, 0, screen.width, screen.height)
            sceneview.scene = scene
            # set up the custom view controller
            methods = [CustomViewController_touchesBegan_withEvent_, CustomViewController_viewWillAppear_, CustomViewController_viewWillDisappear_]
            protocols = []
            CustomViewController = create_objc_class('CustomViewController', UIViewController, methods=methods, protocols=protocols)
            cvc = CustomViewController.alloc().init()
            cvc.view = sceneview
            # internal scheming...
            self_objc = ObjCInstance(self)
            # here, we try...
            runARSession(sceneview.session()) # I call here this function because I'm trying to find the best place to run the ar session...
            setDebugOptions(sceneview) # I call here this function because I'm trying to find the best place to set the debuging options....
        def will_close(self):
            session = sceneview.session()
    if __name__ == '__main__':
        v = MyARView()
        v.present('full_screen', hide_title_bar=True, orientations=['portrait'])

    Note: if someone can correct the autorotate, I'm also interested !o)
    Edit: I found a solution for my autorotate problem -> I turn it off ;o)

    Live session

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  • Brun0oO

    Hi all, stay tuned for this topic...

    I've made some progress since the 3.3 beta delivery and some new personal investigations watching ARKit headers.

    ... I'm refactoring my basic code sample...

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  • Brun0oO

    @mikael and @JonB, many thanks. It's better, now, the custom view controller is correctly "mounted".

    I'm investigating the ARSession problem and i'm trying to understand why its configuration stays null after a "runWithConfiguration_" call (I'm going to use some delegate methods in order to spy the initialization process...).
    I will update my github ASAP.

    Stay tuned...

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