[PD] multipoint touchscreen
doktorp at mac.com
Thu Mar 10 19:06:40 CET 2005
Yeah. It has a lot of potential. At share we had a workshop and it was
demo'd there. Very responsive, and a lot of possibilities.. the lack of
pressure / velocity information is kind of a letdown as is the
pricetag..., but otherwise it was very very impressive.
I think we are going to try to put the video online from the workshop.
Ill be happy to post a link to the video when we do.
On Mar 10, 2005, at 5:25 AM, cyrille wrote:
> i quickly tried one.
> my point of view is that :
> - sensing the finger are surprisingly fast : it look like you can play
> percussion on it.
> - I like the physical point of view for the movement of fader or other
> objects. :-)
> - I really like the possibility to change the layout of the gui while
> - no haptic feedback (of course)
> - no pressure information
> - max velocity of the fader in not so fast.
> (i hope this limitation could be change in future upgrade)
> i don't think you'll ever be able to have the gui of your software in
> this device, but a custum made gui.
> it work a bit like gripd (you build your gui and then connect to the
> software) but for any OSC software environement.
> image and surface quality are ok, good manufacturing quality.
> it's very cool. (and expensive)
> Thomas Grill wrote:
>>> there has been a lot of talk about this peculiar device on the list.
>>> is there anyone who actually bought it? is it as good(+cool) as it
>>> sounds? what's the manufacturing quality, latency, image + surface
>> There has been some discussion on the Max and LAD lists. I remember
>> the following points:
>> - multi finger touch seems to be robust with little lateny - very
>> - the gui has several elements (maybe enough for many application),
>> but is not really freely programmable
>> - the prize is breathtaking: about 2500$
>> the funny thing is that none of the people taking part in the
>> discussions actually owned one, but there seems to have been a number
>> of presentations - also in course of PrutalDruth Berlin, as i was
>> told. Maybe some Berliner can elaborate... Wernfried?
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