| Posted 26/07/12 at 11:31 AM||Reply with quote #1 |
|since the picaso processor has the ability to connect to a touch screen,|
it would be great to have the pins brought out on the the male header
in uVGA card.
It kinda shame to have that bit of hardware available but not
be able to use it. Unless there is some additional touch controller hardware
not available on uVGA
| Posted 26/07/12 at 11:44 AM||Reply with quote #2 |
|Unfortunately it's not quite that simple.|
The internal touch is optimised for the smaller screens and does not work well with larger screens and/or noisy screens and/or screens that require 'high' power levels to work.
Is there a particular screen you had in mind?
| Posted 14/08/12 at 01:43 PM||Reply with quote #3 |
|I have a 7 (seven) inch monitor with touch screen, was thinking of |
ways to get the touch screen working with the uVGA.
make UI programming much more simpler.