In this video we visit with Keith Roller from Symon Communications and see how they’re leveraging Windows 7 and multi-touch in their cool digital signage players. Then we spend a few minutes learning how you too can take advantage of multi-touch in your own solutions, using managed code or an Expression Blend behavior.
For more information about Symon Communications and their digital signage solutions, visit www.symon.com.
For more information about using multi-touch in your own solutions, check out this excellent 3-part series by Anson Tsao:
Multi-touch in WPF 4 - Part 1 - Post-beta 2, touch enabled controls, Surface controls for Windows 7.
Multi-touch in WPF 4 - Part 2 - RAW touch in WPF, similarities with Silverlight 3 and 4 multi-touch.Multi-touch in WPF 4 - Part 3 - Using the manipulation processor for each processing of pinch, zoom, rotate, etc.