Grayhill T2 Multi-Touch Control Wheel & Dev Kit
Grayhill T2 Series Multi-Touch Control Wheel (MTCW), part of Grayhill's product line of Multi-Touch Human Interface Devices (MT-HIDs), is combined with the Instinct™ Touch Technology control system. The T2 Series MTCW offers an expanded array of sensor data options that allow the system to interpret various finger gestures for machine command and image manipulation. The T2 Series Multi-Touch Control Wheel (MTCW) from Grayhill offers the functionality of four devices in one 4.5" component that combines a multi-touch touchpad; virtual four to 256 position rotary encoder; virtual four position joystick with touching points at North, South, East, and West; and proximity sensor.
The Instinct Software Development Kit (T201-DEV1) is comprised of a mounted
Multi-Touch Control Wheel, a standard USB cable and demo software. The
development kit offers a platform for prototyping and evaluating
What Is Instinct™ Technology?
Instinct is a C code source library that is intended to be included and
built within OEM systems. During normal operation, data from a Grayhill
touch device is passed directly to Instinct. The data is quickly
processed and the results are passed on to the application. Simple
initialization calls allow the flexible setup of parameters to fine-tune
the recognition process. The Instinct Suite also includes a hardware
driver for the Windows 7 operating system to utilize its internal
human-interface commands and gesture-recognition tools.
recognizes both single and multi-touch gestures. Single-touch gestures
include cursor control, tapping the surface and flicking through menus.
Multi-touch gestures include two-finger scrolling, rotating and zooming
as well as three finger gestures such as tilt and 3D rotation. The
Instinct library includes many more simple and dynamic gestures. Dynamic
gestures are characterized by a longer, continuous stream of control,
such as scrolling or flicking with momentum.