Just do as I did. Install Tablet PC Edition and install the Penabled drivers from the Wacom website. After that, you just need to tweak it a little and voila... you have a Penabled Wacom computer running TabletPC.
Just curious why it is necessary to have a <Viewport3D.Camera> element within the <Viewport3D> element. Why not just <Camera> ?
Also, why defining a perspectivecamera within the viewport3d.camera. why not use elements within the camera itself to specify these settings. would this suggest there could be more than one camera?!? or just MS likes to use single tag elements. <flamebait />.
EDIT: just saw the movie. the main idea is clear... single tag to create just using the constructor. and elements, my guess would be, are accessors.
Darn, even inside the Macintosh business unit TabletPC's are being mentioned by the C9 team. As a comment to this; Perhaps soon the iTablet will be revealed, since MacOSX does ship with InkWell for tablets (Wacom) and even ThinkSecret did mention a rumor.
Ok, .NET is a good development platform. But don't forget that
http://www.mono-project.com/ is also supported on MacOSX. Windows.Forms isn't supported... ok?!? This doesn't take away that applications can also be created with .NET for Mac.