SMK-3.5 Multi-Touch

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This entreprise is in Bordeaux (France), and I work there. I'm in contact with them. If you want me to ask them any question, I can.
 
This entreprise is in Bordeaux (France), and I work there. I'm in contact with them. If you want me to ask them any question, I can.
 
You can contact me at ///\\ error3 __\AT/__ free \\\\dot//// fr
 
You can contact me at ///\\ error3 __\AT/__ free \\\\dot//// fr
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Latest revision as of 21:40, 15 April 2009

see on Stantum web site

For another project, I'm working with Stantum for a 3.5 multitouch screen.

I think this hardware is really interesting since :

 * it is supported under linux
 * there a high-level API to recognise movement
 * the technology is impressive (it's really accurate)
 * it's using a usb port
 * the price is not that high.

If someone that is involve in hardware could look more accurately on this multi-touch screen and if it could be use for any future hardware.

This entreprise is in Bordeaux (France), and I work there. I'm in contact with them. If you want me to ask them any question, I can. You can contact me at ///\\ error3 __\AT/__ free \\\\dot//// fr

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see on Stantum web site

For another project, I'm working with Stantum for a 3.5 multitouch screen.

I think this hardware is really interesting since :

 * it is supported under linux
 * there a high-level API to recognise movement
 * the technology is impressive (it's really accurate)
 * it's using a usb port
 * the price is not that high.

If someone that is involve in hardware could look more accurately on this multi-touch screen and if it could be use for any future hardware.

This entreprise is in Bordeaux (France), and I work there. I'm in contact with them. If you want me to ask them any question, I can. You can contact me at ///\\ error3 __\AT/__ free \\\\dot//// fr