Universal stylus for non-touch notebooks

Maurizio Troso

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I was thinking about it... Does such a universal device / adaptator exist, able to touch and write on every notebook screen?

Maybe a usb sensor / capacitator to put at the bottom of the screen , able to see pen movements and touches?
 

Chintan Gohel

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I was thinking about it... Does such a universal device / adaptator exist, able to touch and write on every notebook screen?

Maybe a usb sensor / capacitator to put at the bottom of the screen , able to see pen movements and touches?

are you sugesting that after seeing the mclaren phone videos? :wink:

I don't think that could work since there needs to be accuracy. Having a sensor at the top will not be able to gauge depth or accurate distance
 

Maurizio Troso

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are you sugesting that after seeing the mclaren phone videos? :wink:

I don't think that could work since there needs to be accuracy. Having a sensor at the top will not be able to gauge depth or accurate distance

Last years started the pre-order of AirBar, a revolutionary touch-adding sensor bar for all displays.
Site is still as months ago... Fear it was vaporware :(

Years ago I made a DIY project with a BIC, infrared led, cell, a webcam sticked in front of keyboard watching the screen, and a chinese genius open software

Cam watched infrared and software moved pointer togheter. But due to amateurish project and very slow HW (a PentiumD) I abandoned it
 

Chintan Gohel

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Last years started the pre-order of AirBar, a revolutionary touch-adding sensor bar for all displays.
Site is still as months ago... Fear it was vaporware :(

Years ago I made a DIY project with a BIC, infrared led, cell, a webcam sticked in front of keyboard watching the screen, and a chinese genius open software

Cam watched infrared and software moved pointer togheter. But due to amateurish project and very slow HW (a PentiumD) I abandoned it

I need to start thinking more optimistically :cool:. You have something there
 

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