Engadget post on XO Touch
C. Scott Ananian
cscott at laptop.org
Wed Aug 1 01:23:40 EDT 2012
Presumably with the standard multi-touch X support, which is landing
in Linux all over. That's how the XO-3 worked, at least, although
that was traditional capacitive touch; I don't think there's an actual
Neonode driver in existence anywhere yet.
On Tue, Jul 31, 2012 at 8:54 PM, Bert Freudenberg <bert at freudenbergs.de> wrote:
> On 26.07.2012, at 20:21, Mike Lee wrote:
>> Here's a cool demo of the Neonode multitouch frame:
>> Not only multi-touch, but also entry direction and tilt. For a dollar!
> Well, for tilt you would need to stack multiple frames on top of each other as they did in that prototype. For a touch-screen you would want it to be as thin as possible, that would mean single-layer. The Kindle Touch and Nook use Neonode zForce touch sensors, too. Here's a nice animation showing the principle:
> Does anyone know how the multi-touch stuff is going to be exposed in Linux?
> - Bert -
>> Seems like this would be great as a retrofit kit.
>> On Thu, Jul 26, 2012 at 11:09 PM, Sameer Verma <sverma at sfsu.edu> wrote:
>> The post says "as yet unreleased XO 1.75". What's the official status
>> on the 1.75? Still as yet unreleased?
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