Programming Windows 7 Multi Touch – Part 1

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In the Windows 7 Multi-Touch Overview video we talked about the basic multi-touch functionality in Windows 7 and a little bit about the “Good, Better, and Best” programming model. In this video, we focus on Windows 7 multi-touch programming model. Join Reed Townsend and Ian Mendiola as they cover how to configure and work with multi-touch gestures, how to work with raw multi-touch messages, and what the manipulation and inertia processes are and how to work with them.

This is another video in the Windows 7 multi touch series, which includes:

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    Unitina

    Hi, guys, thank you for the wonderful videos, I like them very much! I have two questions, first, what kind of notebook did you use in this video, is it a multitouch notebook? Tell me pls the mark and type, thanks. The second one, can you pls put the source codes of the last example in part2 on internet? I am very appreciate that. Thank you.

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    mxrss

    its a tx2 Notebook you can get one for about 900$ on amazon.

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    sdclement

    Hi, this is so cool!

     

    Just one question: can it be programmed allow multi-person touch? just like Surface?

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    Nouman

    Can you please share the soucre code of the Win7MultiTouch sample appicaton demontrated in the two parts of uploaded video ? It will be so nice of you. 'nauman_gcu@hotmail.com'

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    Krogerr

    Hey i woul like if some one can also share the code for the application . i will really like to learn more

    'krogerr@hotmail.com'

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    sariu

    Can any one share the source code plzzzz,I really want to learn.

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    sariu

    @Nouman:Have you got the source code ? If you have,can you please share me.Thank you

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    sariu

    @Nouman:Have you got the source code ? If you have,can you please share me.Thank you

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