Multi-Touch on Microsoft Surface and Windows 7 for .NET Developers
Multi-touch is going mainstream as part of Microsoft Surface and Windows 7. Come to this session to learn about how to create innovative new user experiences with touch – and how .NET developers can share code between both of these platforms. You’ll get a deep dive on the new touch capabilities in WPF 4 and the subset in Silverlight 3. You will also see how the unique capabilities of Microsoft Surface take multi-touch to a whole new level.
An overview of multi-touch technology.
How Microsoft Surface and WPF interact.
Touch capabilities in WPF 4.
Multi-Touch on the web using Silverlight.
Multi-Touch manipulations and manipulation containers.
Inertia behaviors, manipulation events, and an intertia demo.
Touch panning demo and support.
Surface's extensions of WPF
Toolkit and SDK
Surface toolkit for Windows Touch and surface SDK features for multi-touch.
More about the capabilities of Surface, beyond just multi-touch.
Development roadmap for Windows Touch.
Resources, conclusion, and Q&A
Wednesday, April 14, 2010
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