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Thread: "Transflective" LCD panel with res touch+controler for $101+$36 S+H

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    Quote Originally Posted by stretch4x4 View Post
    I wouldn't be surprised if there is a way to do it though.. Seems very similar to the lilliputs and xenarcs in every other function..
    I was planning on running my cameras through my pc anyway..
    It can be done. Just need to solder on a wire.

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    Cool, can you show us where?

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    I'm deciding on getting a galaxy tab and using that as my frontend now, I've got mine in the box here, only time I've powered it on was for the video's I made a few posts back. Besides being open and have a few fingerprints on it its new. If anyone wants it I can do $105 shipped

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    Quote Originally Posted by stretch4x4 View Post
    Cool, can you show us where?
    I will post pics when I have some time.
    Quote Originally Posted by HiJackZX1 View Post
    This system was supposed to be a quick, cheap throw together that has now exploded into a budget blowing mess.

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    Cheers

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    Does anyone know if this touch screen is supported in linux? Ubuntu?

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    Quote Originally Posted by RipplingHurst View Post

    I have a question for you. Have you tried hooking up two, three multitouch displays to windows 7? I've heard a lot of issues with that. It looks like win 7 requires multitouch to be the main display, but I havent find yet anybody who uses more than one touch screen with win 7 drivers. I also winder if 3rd party drivers like touch kit that we use on our xenarcs and lillis would live together with win7 drivers on the same machine.

    I plan to use win7 main screen with multitouch, and one or two regular resistive touch in The back rows. I think this won't work though...if you have time can you try two multitouch or more on the same machine, and a combo of one multitouch+regular resistive touch?

    Thanks!
    CONFIRMED: Win7 will support a Multi-Touch AND a Resistive Touch monitor at the same time. I just did a test using 2 Lilliput displays. One is stock resistive using egalax drivers (latest Win7 release), the other with my awesome Projected Capacitive Multi-Touch Kit installed using the Win7 drivers.

    Works fine. No issues with either display. One thing I noticed right away was how much better the capacitive panel is. The resistive touch is crap. The capacitive is sooo much smoother, and much more responsive.
    Quote Originally Posted by HiJackZX1 View Post
    This system was supposed to be a quick, cheap throw together that has now exploded into a budget blowing mess.

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    $100 Shipped if anyone wants mine BTW
    I can take more vids/pics for this thread also if anyone wants them

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    I did send you a pm, not sure what happened to it..
    I am interested.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tft_lcd_org View Post
    CONFIRMED: Win7 will support a Multi-Touch AND a Resistive Touch monitor at the same time. I just did a test using 2 Lilliput displays. One is stock resistive using egalax drivers (latest Win7 release), the other with my awesome Projected Capacitive Multi-Touch Kit installed using the Win7 drivers.

    Works fine. No issues with either display. One thing I noticed right away was how much better the capacitive panel is. The resistive touch is crap. The capacitive is sooo much smoother, and much more responsive.
    THANKS! So it works, huh. Who knew, I was convinced it wouldn't. So you actually have two drivers working in tandem, no conflicts, that's awesome.

    Can you test if TWO multi-touch panels won't work? I suspect it won't but.

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