N-Trig, la société qui fouri la véritable technologie multitouch au Dell Latitude XT, vient juste d’annoncer la disponibilité de leur Software Development Kit (SDK) pour créer des gestures multi-touch . Une excellente initiative qui renforce le positionnement d la solution NTrig et qui va peutêtre pousser certains développeurs à faire es adapatations logicielles pour en tenr compte: a moins que ces derniers n’attendent les évolutions de Windows Seven.
N-trig, the provider of DuoSense™ technology combining pen and zero-pressure touch for mobile and fixed computers into a single device, announced today that it is offering a software development kit (SDK) for multi-touch gestures to independent service vendors (ISVs) and industry partners. With its revolutionary approach to Hands-on computing™, N-trig’s SDK can be downloaded on any tablet PC with DuoSense technology.
The multi-touch gestures SDK enables ISVs to add multi-touch functions to current or future applications, providing a more hands-on experience for the user. N-trig’s multi-touch currently enables functions such as rotating, zooming in and out, panning, and pinching. However, this is only the beginning of multi-touch manipulation, and N-trig is continuing to develop its technology and will be releasing more multi-touch features in the future.
“True multi-touch functionality is the future for computing devices,” said Amihai Ben-David, CEO of N-trig. “By providing a platform that offers multi-touch gestures, we are giving ISVs an opportunity to develop new applications. Many major computer companies have recently announced multi-touch technology, and our SDK will enable even more advances in what people are able to do with their computing devices.”
With its multi-touch gestures SDK, N-trig is setting the stage for ISVs to develop new and exciting technologies and encouraging them to develop applications for future platforms as well. N-trig is the only company that provides pen, touch, and multi-touch capabilities for tablet PCs, and its DuoSense digitizers support Microsoft’s Windows XP and Vista as well as future versions of Windows 7. For more information, please visit Content.aspx?Page=SupportSDK