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Windows 10 loT #2

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watashimeandeu opened this issue Sep 12, 2015 · 26 comments
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Windows 10 loT #2

watashimeandeu opened this issue Sep 12, 2015 · 26 comments

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@watashimeandeu watashimeandeu commented Sep 12, 2015

Hi,
first off all, it's working great on debian, thank you.
It is possible to do the same to windows 10 loT?
I'm searching the drivers for weeks and this project was the only one closer.
Or anyone can redirect me, pls.

I really appreciate any help.
Thank you.

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@derekhe derekhe commented Sep 13, 2015

Hi,
I didn't use IoT before because it is a trail thing before. This display should work on it I guess. Firstly it is a USB Hid device so I guess IoT should support it.
But only detect the USB Hid driver is not enough. We need to read from the driver and simulate the mouse behaviour. This should be a user space "driver" which can be written by C#.

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@luka1995 luka1995 commented Oct 9, 2015

I am searching drivers for Windows iOT, something new?

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@derekhe derekhe commented Oct 9, 2015

Right now there is no support for IoT. I planned to do it but now get very busy, so I didn't have a chance to go on.

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@luka1995 luka1995 commented Oct 9, 2015

:/ How much time do you need for do it? and $? can you contact me: luka.penger@gmail.com

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@derekhe derekhe commented Oct 9, 2015

@luka1995
To ask your question, I can't have an estimate about this because I don't have time to do this year. I'm focusing on an very important mobile app at this moment.

If you have capacity to write a driver, that's the best. I guess: "Firstly it is a USB Hid device so I guess IoT should support it. But only detect the USB Hid driver is not enough. We need to read from the driver and simulate the mouse behaviour. This should be a user space "driver" which can be written by C#."

Another way around, you can buy another type of screen which supports IoT. This will save you a lot of time and money.

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@luka1995 luka1995 commented Oct 9, 2015

Ok, where i can find documentation for protocol or something?

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@derekhe derekhe commented Oct 9, 2015

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I found the protocol here: ChalmersRobotics@4665de8

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@luka1995 luka1995 commented Oct 9, 2015

Wow nice support for multi touch!

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@luka1995 luka1995 commented Oct 9, 2015

Ok I can write application in C#, but we also need driver for USB? where to get it?

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@derekhe derekhe commented Oct 9, 2015

@luka1995
Sorry I don't know this detail for IoT. I guess IoT have a generic driver for HID device, so you can try to find out how to read data from HID. Then use the protocol to get the touch position. Then use Windows API to simulate mouse events or touch events.

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@watashimeandeu watashimeandeu commented Oct 20, 2015

Sorry my delay and thank you for the fast answer derekhe.
Any progress on user driver?

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@luka1995 luka1995 commented Oct 20, 2015

Looking for somebody to create driver.

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@watashimeandeu watashimeandeu commented Oct 20, 2015

Ok, thank you.
I never develop a driver but soon as i can i will try something and let you know.

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@luka1995 luka1995 commented Oct 20, 2015

If you want to help us and develop driver, contact me for more info and payment... luka.penger@gmail.com

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@watashimeandeu watashimeandeu commented Oct 22, 2015

No need to pay. I have to put this working faster but i'm really busy developing the rest.

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@luka1995 luka1995 commented Oct 22, 2015

I want to pay, and I need one developer to help me :) When will you have time?

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@luka1995 luka1995 commented Oct 25, 2015

@watashimeandeu Something new about driver?

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@watashimeandeu watashimeandeu commented Oct 26, 2015

Not yet :x . I think next week i will have some time.

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@derekhe derekhe commented Oct 27, 2015

Hi all,
I got some update from waveshare that they plan to release IoT drivers recently. Let's see what they will provide.

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@luka1995 luka1995 commented Oct 27, 2015

Cool, we will see :)

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@aadityadengle aadityadengle commented Nov 4, 2015

@derekhe
do you have any more updates abt when waveshare is planning to release IoT drivers?

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@derekhe derekhe commented Nov 5, 2015

@aadityadengle right now no. I will ask them this week.

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@derekhe derekhe commented Nov 5, 2015

Got some update from waveshare. They are in progress. Single touch is working and multi touch is in testing now. Hope they can release as soon as possible.

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@luka1995 luka1995 commented Nov 5, 2015

I hope soo :)

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@aadityadengle aadityadengle commented Nov 9, 2015

That's good... :)

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@derekhe derekhe commented Dec 23, 2015

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The highlighted models are supported in windows 10 iot without any additional drivers. You guys can have a try. Other models are not supported.

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