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  • WPF4 Multitouch – the videos

    Just wanted to highlight a couple of videos I’ve made on MT using VS2010 and the .Net 4 Beta 1.   This one is just for fun with a WPF 4 version of the MS Sruface’s ScatterView control. This one shows you how to do MT with WPF4 via the ManipulationDelta event. Dead easy!
    Posted to wotudo (Weblog) by paulfo on 06-18-2009
  • WPF 4 Multitouch – getting started

    You may have noticed I’m into multitouch (MT) technology. I don’t have any ‘proper’ MT kit – I’ve just built my own using the NUIGroup’s core software and an XNA example from CodePlex. With Win7 RC and the VS2010 and .Net 4 beta 1 I now have the opportunity to start building some real MS technology MT...
    Posted to wotudo (Weblog) by paulfo on 06-12-2009
  • Touch Pack for Windows 7

    Slowly we start to see the multi-touch promise of Windows 7. The Windows Team Blog carries this post showing off the applications in the new Touch Pack for Windows 7. I can’t wait to get into programming for Windows 7 Multi-touch. I saw a Dell XT2 briefly in the flesh this week and it is a SWEEEEET machine...
    Posted to wotudo (Weblog) by paulfo on 05-28-2009
  • Multitouch illumination details

    A quick response to the questions raised on YouTube and MaximumPC regarding the illumination used in my mutlitouch table. I used the rear IR diffused illumination technique for my multitouch table. This is a different technique to that used by MaxmiumPC. The techniques are comparable the NUIGroup give...
    Posted to wotudo (Weblog) by paulfo on 04-08-2009
  • Multitouch table summary

    There has been plenty of interest in multitouch tables lately! I’ve completed a couple of videos showing how I built the table and a more detailed look at the XNA application I used to run on the table. The XNA application video:
    Posted to wotudo (Weblog) by paulfo on 04-08-2009
  • Country Coder: Maker Faire Preparations video

    While working all hours to build my multi-touch table and program my robots for Maker Faire UK, I managed to film some of my activity. I finally got to finish editing it Sunday night after the faire and published it today. YouTube has squashed by glorious 16:9 to 4:3 so I'll have to sort that (publishing...
    Posted to wotudo (Weblog) by paulfo on 03-17-2009
  • Project: Simple Multitouch device

    Multitouch devices are all the rage - they allow you and your friends to use your hands all together to control and interact with the computer. If you haven't seen one before take a look at this video: This is a multitouch application running on the Microsoft Surface - a multitouch device designed...
    Posted to How To.... (Weblog) by paulfo on 02-23-2009
  • Maker Faire Prep: DIY multi-touch

    Today I've been preparing for my trip to the first UK Maker Faire in Newcastle in March. I'm taking some robots but also wanted to show something else. The interest in our multi-touch videos on YouTube has been encouraging. So I thought I'll make a more useable home brew multi-touch table...
    Posted to wotudo (Weblog) by paulfo on 02-20-2009
  • Remix08: DIY Multitouch device

    At the Sneak Peek keynote we showed off the MSR Cambridge Family Archive project. A research project that uses a multitouch tabletop hardware solution to enable families to record, store and view digital images of items important to them. As well as the obvious photos and videos, the device had a camera...
    Posted to wotudo (Weblog) by paulfo on 09-24-2008
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