Touch firmware development: Talking HID to Windows


This session will provide in-depth information to IHV firmware and driver developers on the new digitizer interface architecture in Windows 8. Through this session, you will learn how to use the HID protocol to make touch devices work well with Windows 8, ensure performance and accuracy, and determine bus requirements for touch-enabled hardware. This session was not recorded at WES. Click here to view the recording presented at //build.


Systems, HID, firmware





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