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Grayhill > Grayhill MTRE
Date: 2013-05-23 16:18Read: 4086






About the MTRE
The Multi-Touch Ring Encoder features a 50mm diameter surface
that tracks multiple touch positions. Tracked touch-point data is
sent from the device via USB to the system using Instinct software
for interpretation. For mechanical control, a ring encoder encircles
the touchpad and the entire knob can be pressed. The rotary
function allows the user to scroll through options and the
pushbutton selects the desired setting. Implementing the MTRE
eliminates the need for additional devices such as joysticks,
touchpads and trackballs. This results in a compact and intuitive
user interface.

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Grayhill MTRE
by Grayhill - 2013-05-23 16:18 - 4,086 views
About the MTRE The Multi-Touch Ring Encoder features a 50mm diameter surface that tracks multiple touch positions. Tracked touch-point data is sent from the device via USB to the system using Instinct software for interpretation. For mechanical control, a ring encoder encircles the touchpad and the entire knob can be pressed. The rotary function allows the user to scroll through options and the pushbutton selects the desired setting. Implementing the MTRE eliminates the need for additional devices such as joysticks, touchpads and trackballs. This results in a compact and intuitive user interface.

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