Elo touchscreen with Intellitouch technology (pressure!)


    Feb 10 2009 | 11:00 pm
    Via search i've read a few posts here on touchscreens and am now considering buying an Elo 1515L with intellitouch technology. Apparently this screen is pressure sensitive and i was wondering what i would be using to read the input and more specifically the pressure information from the screen?

    • Feb 10 2009 | 11:20 pm
      as the tech spec say:
      Optional ergonomic 3 stripe MSR available in two versions: USB with keyboard emulation; and USB with human interface device (HID) class specification 1.1
      I assume if you get the screen with the HID you should be able to use the hi object in Max. With the keyboard emulation I assume you would just get key commands through the key object.
    • Feb 10 2009 | 11:25 pm
      thanks for the reply but i believe the MSR is a "magnetic strip reader"
      I'm not concerned whether it will be able to emulate a mouse input, more with how to read out the z-axis.
    • Feb 10 2009 | 11:56 pm
      the digitised data of this MSR will surely be passed on via usb. It does not mention any other connections, the mentioned serial output is there because a lot of micro computers are still available with that and it seems that this screen is being produced specifically for the control of screen based applications/kiosks.
      I obviously cannot say for sure what data you'll get, as I had not worked with it, nevertheless it states the HID standart, so the pressure should be available as a data stream through USB.
    • Feb 11 2009 | 8:33 am
    • Feb 11 2009 | 1:34 pm
      its ordered. with or without z-axis it should be a lot of fun.
    • Feb 11 2009 | 3:43 pm
      Could you give us a price info for that one ?
      Ciao.
      chaosmoon wrote:
      > its ordered. with or without z-axis it should be a lot of fun
      >
    • Feb 11 2009 | 3:53 pm
      439 euro ex. VAT
      I'm buying through a mass dealer. The official dealer is much more knowledgeable but more expensive. This company obviously has a lot of stock to get rid of: