By design the system does not support touch input. The surface is designed to be interacted with in a deliberate manner. With touch input it is hard to discern a deliberate interaction with a person leading against the wall or pointing to an item. As a result we are only using the pen to interact directly with the screen.
Articles in this section
- How do I calibrate the pen-input and how long does it take?
- Which components are part of the system?
- How fast and accurate is the digital pen?
- How do I charge the pen and how long does it last?
- Are there different pens for writing on the surface and on paper?
- Someone has used an ink pen on the screen; How do I clean it?
- What kind of surface is required for installation of the Huddlewall?
- Does the Huddlewall support touch input?
- What is the recommended size for large format systems?
- Can I use multiple simultaneous inputs in the applications?