Updated: Dec. 09, 2010
Hello, community members. We’ve finished and release SGDriver V.0.1, which is a bridge between TUIO and Windows commands. It gets TUIO data, recognizes MT gestures and sends out corresponding Wiondows commands.
On this video you can see Windows applications controlled by “multi-touch” using SGDriver.
And it’s a short video manual.
* Testing Environments
CCV 1.4 on Windows 7
Your own multi-touch hardware working with CCV
Community Core Vision (CCV)
Windows 7: We tested SGDriver on Windows 7. But we think that it also runs on prior versions of Windows with some limitations.
* Defined Gestures and Corresponding Windows Commands
- 1 Finger Tap: Click
- 1 Finger Double Tap: Double Click
- 1 Finger Drag: Mouse Left Button Down and Move
- 2 Finger Tap: Right Click
- 2 Finger Move (Vertical): Scroll Up/Down (Scroll Wheel)
- 2 Finger Move (Horizontal): Left & Right Arrow Keys, Continuous
- 2 Finger Swipe(Vertical): Magnify and Shrink Screen (Window Key+[+/-])
- 2 Finger Pinch & Spread: Zoom In/Out (Ctl + Scroll Wheel)
- 2 Finger Rotate: Rotation (Shift+Ctl+[+/-] for Adobe Acrobat Reader)
- 3 Finger Swipe (Horizontal): Page Navigation (Left and Right Arrow Keys)
- 4 Finger Swipe (Down): Windows 7 Aero Task Switcher (Windows Key+Ctl+Tab)
- 4 Finger Swipe (Horizontal): Windows Standard Task Switcher (Ctl+Alt+Tab)
* Download Link
* Original Post
Inspired by Apple magic trackpad gestures, we’ve added them to our own touch gesture library and tested it on Windows 7 with a FTIR multi-touch table. Reviewing the test, we believe again that multi-touch is quite useful for even everyday computing tasks. Here is the video.
Additionally, the following video clip shows blob testing.