How To Import Objects into OmniSense:
On another device (phone, computer, etc), open this website.
Open the OmniSense App and tap "Object Library".
Tap the QR Code icon in the upper left hand corner (to the right of the words "Object Library")
If the Camera Permission pop-up comes up, please allow access to the camera.
On your other device page, scroll down to the Object you are importing codes for, and hold your phone up so the QR Code below (the icon with the dots and OmniSense logo in the middle) is visible in your camera display.
Once the QR Code is scanned, it will confirm the objects being imported. Press OK to import the objects.
Now, you can enter performance mode and, when one of these objects are scanned, it will show the information or play the sound/save the image/etc associated with that object.
If you are looking to customize the objects further, you can do so in the Object Library, or you can scan the individual objects in the "Setup Objects" dialogue.
For objects that include vibration codes for each card, the vibration is coded in a set of 4 vibrations. In each set of vibrations, one or more of the 4 vibrations will be longer than the others. This long vibration determines the number or value of the object.
For value, the 4 vibrations (in order) are the values:
1 - 2 - 4 - 8
So, whichever place has a longer vibration, those places should be added together. So, if the vibration is "long, long, short, short", this means that 1 and 2 should be added together to make 3. For playing cards, values that are 11 (long, long, short, long) represents the Jack, 12 (short, short, long, long) represents the Queen, and 13 (long, short, long, long) represents the King.
For Cards, there is 2 sets of 4 vibrations separated by a pause. The second set is for the suit code. The vibrations are coded as follows:
Clubs, Hearts, Spades, Diamonds (CHaSeD)
This is more straightforward. Whichever vibration in the sequence is longer, this is the vibration that represents the scanned card.
Try this a couple of times with your deck and see if you can identify the cards via vibration.
ESP / Zener Cards
Since ThoughtCast products all use the same (or similar) shortcuts, the instructions on how shortcuts work and how to use them is available at the link below: