A long time ago I had wanted to create a portable display stand and try developing large format touch applications for window based applications like store front or walls. I also wanted to use something not computer vision based, but capacitive, after searching around I decided to go with ViP Capacitive Foil. And after finally getting a surface and display stand made out of aluminum rail framing from Robecks in Aurora, OH. I have a functioning interactive display screen. The projection screen is just white poster paper for now, I will be changing that to Rosco projection screen soon.
First impression, there is a noticible lag when moving you finger around. This could be due to the slower power desktop which is running the screen. The dual touch driver is ViP's first try at it, so it is a little buggy. But there is an option to use the dual touch native or to use the dual touch to mimic a mouse wheel scroll. Now it is time to delve in.
The application at the end is a test app I created for a collaborative art piece that unfortunately didn't happen.
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