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Highly accurate one-touch drawing using a slider-mouse. The software generates a pressure level from a single-point pressure drawing. Used by autodrawing and high-resolution drawing apps.
If you’d like more details, or if you’d like to use other features of the API, I’d suggest the following:
Here’s another page with a good overview of the API:
Here’s some example code that gives a quick demonstration of what you can do with the API (loosely based on this example:
hWnd = ::FindWindow(“Wintab Software”, “bbTablet”);
hBrush = ::CreateRectRgn(0,0,0,0);
Keep in mind that the API is specific to the Wintab SDK, and has built-in support for just the most basic features. This is not the best-documented API around, so if you’re having problems, I’d suggest looking at the API documentation and googling for that API function (it may not be located at the same page as the API documentation). Also, the API does not report pressure values on all Wintabs, and it’s up to you to determine if the one you’re using supports that feature. This is currently where the API stops and the Wintab’s include files begin. You can find more about those here:
And here are a few more tips as well:
1) You can get a quick at-a-glance device orientation
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Basic digitizing tablet support with pre-calibration and pressure blending, no coordinate conversion needed in your application.
Digitizes tablets in the range of 10-20 points, depending on the tablet.
Uses an integer set of pressure (force) values to map to a range of [0,1). Zero is zero pressure, 1.0 is full pressure. Pre-calibration is essential to get a clean reading.
Translates the table’s orientation so you can detect which part of the tablet’s surface is facing you.
Status bar and pen pressure feedback.
bbTablet – basic support for tablet API
bbTablet is a basic prototype that attempts to do the same thing – as a bare-bones tablet interface – as other libraries I mentioned earlier, but without a lot of the bookkeeping that probably would get you into trouble with real applications.
It expects you to use it in the following way:
int bbTablet(HWND hWnd, int Xmin, int Ymin, int Xmax, int Ymax, bbTabletCallback cb, void * pCbParam);
It does provide a calibration function – called “calibrate” – to do it for you, or you can use the constants from its bbTabletCalibration class for hard-coding the values.
The callback function is provided to hook the application up to bbTablet, and it gets a set of floating point values in the range [0,1) for the tablet’s X/Y axis, but you get a bunch of other data, too.
bbTablet – basic support for tablet API
PACE / WinDBG
A free/open source project that is similar to the BoundsRect.
There are also some samples for pen-input support, if you look up /PACE/WIN/src/inp
I suggest you look at graphics tablet drivers, which are designed to be plug-and-play interfaces to specific tablets. The solution is always to create “device independent” drivers that can use whatever is under the tablet.
Example: HP will create and provide drivers for the Intuos program.
There are some tutorials for creating a window, you will need to use the input events for tablets that have a set of numbers to indicate pressure.
If you are doing this for the first
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bbTablet is a minimal Windows-based tablet interface for writing tablet digitizers. It includes everything you need to write a digitizer from scratch, but lets you get on with your app. It uses the Wintab API to quickly report tablet button and tablet digit values, and can provide a 3D model of the tablet as well.
bbTablet is free and open source. Please report any bugs or suggestions for features to [email protected]
==========Basic tablet device support==========================
Required: Windows CE 3.0-4.0
Extendable: Windows 2000, XP, Vista (all versions of Windows are supported for the time being, but they are also not required)
Minimum version: Windows CE 3.0 or later
Minimum supported platform: Windows CE 4.0
Open Source under GNU GPL version 2. See www.gnu.org for full details.
Install-size: cdemo.exe and the digitizer components are about 2 MB.
If your tablet has an orientation sensor, and you are using this mode, the tablet position reported by bbTablet will be the position the tablet is in relation to the pen, not the desktop. I have not had time to investigate how to change this setting, but I expect it should be relatively easy.
At the moment, bbTablet does not apply any pressure correction to the reading.
bbTablet works best for pressure-sensitive devices, like pens. It will report no pressure when the tablet orientation is zero, regardless of what the actual orientation of the pen is.
Possible development for Windows OS X
If you find any problems with the Windows version, let me know and I will send you a patch.
If you have done any tablet development, you may be interested in the following cross-links:
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Wacom captures the touch area from your tablet as a WxH mask (X is the width, and Y is the height of the touch area). It provides you with that mask, and some information about the currently active stylus.
If the stylus is in contact with the tablet, it will report the pressure level for the stylus onto the tablet. If the stylus is not in contact with the tablet, it will report the pressure level as zero. The tablet reports to you any pressure level in the mask region, with a color intensity indication: a white point that is left of the center of the tablet, a white point that is in the center of the tablet, and a black point that is to the right of the center of the tablet.
You can take the position of the stylus mask (that is, the mask that is not in contact with the tablet) in terms of positional coordinates (x,y). You can also use these coordinates to convert the bitmap coordinates of the stylus mask into screen coordinates, for example, to draw your screen.
If you want, you can convert the position of the mask with the stylus into screen coordinates by using the following method:
You can then draw your screen from stylus masked bitmap coordinates using the.Draw() method.
Note that bbTablet will continue to report to you the pressure of the stylus even when you are drawing the screen. That is, when you are drawing the screen in the tablet’s touch area (where the stylus is in contact), it will still report the stylus’s pressure level in the mask even though you are drawing a white rectangle onto the tablet.
This is probably a useful source to check out and play with. It has an Excel-like spreadsheet spread sheet that lets you examine the tablet pressure readings, along with the mask coordinates for the tablet and the stylus (when it is in contact).
A while back i wrote a python library called python-wacom. Its a wrapper around the Wacom api with an additional pythonic feel.
Its not very well polished or complete but i tried to at least make it usable for someone.
A brief mention of software development for the Wacom Intuos/Sketchpad line of tablet
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