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Thread: Libretto W100: Access to acceleration sensors

  1. Libretto W100: Access to acceleration sensors
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    I would like to do some programming with the G-Sensor.
    How can I access to it?
    Is there any help?
    What is the driver and the name of the sensor?
    It doesn't appear in the device manager.

  2. Re: Libretto W100: Access to acceleration sensors
    #2
    Hi

    It looks like the capacitive multi-touch sensor is provided my Wacom.
    Has googled a little bit and found this:
    http://www.wacom-components.com/usingWacom/

    Greets

  3. Re: Libretto W100: Access to acceleration sensors
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    Interesting link, but no answer.
    I can perfectly access to both touch sensors with Borland Delphi 7 on both monitors. It works well with winapi. I get even multitouch. That's no problem.


    I'm interested in another sonsor: acceleration and g-sensor.

    The w100 recognizes in which direction it is turned. So there is a G-Sensor. But this sensor is not correctly registered with Windows 7. If you open "location and other sensors" there are no sensors registered. I need to know the driver to access to the data.

  4. Re: Libretto W100: Access to acceleration sensors
    #4
    This is not known to me but since the Win 7 is running on this device you could install some hardware diagnostic tools in order to scan for hardware and to get more details about the internal components…

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