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rCorona is an application designed to send remote accelerometer data and touch data to the Corona SDK.

- send accelerometer and touch data over wifi
- multitouch available when only touch mode is activated (maximum 2 points)
- protrait or landscape mode available
- dynamic stage resizing.
meaning you can use different sizes in simulator and transmitter.
rCorona will automatically resize your touch data.
iPad as simulator and ipod touch transmitter works!.
- amazing performance
by using udp protocol to send/receive data

For installation instructions, go to:

Recent Changes:
Added Touch Indicators
Added text in textbox when no data occurs
Fixed some minor bugs

v.2 (7/18/2011)
Fixed some devices will get kick out of the app without any error

v.3 (7/21/2011)
Boost up performance for both acceleration and touch event
Removed ability to change the speed of receiving messages

v.4 (7/21/2011)
Fixed touch event broken when sending both touch and acceleration data
Optimized touch event dispatch

v.10 (8/3/2011)
Honeycomb supported
Added announcement if open the first time

v.11 (10/12/2011)
Fixed Honeycomb orientation
Fixed multi-touch feature

Tags: rcorona accel landscape, corona sdk background image, how to post message to specific ip address in sdk, adult testing background, corona sdk udp.

Recently changed in this version

Fixed Background
Allow 192.169.x.x ip addresses

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Comments and ratings for rCorona
  • (75 stars)

    by Andrew Seymour on 07/09/2013

    Simple to use and a great price. A must for all Corona developers using accelerometer

  • (75 stars)

    by A Google User on 04/07/2012

    This app saved my life...i was going crazy having to build all the time...definitely didn't want to pay the price of the competitors...this app is well worth it

  • (75 stars)

    by Ammar on 02/02/2012

    Great app, really helps with accelerometer testing

  • (75 stars)

    by Adam on 09/08/2011

    The dev isn't responsive to email but IS hard at work making this better. Implementation is now quite clunky but I rewrote for simple require.