MultiTouchDemo([dev][, screenId=max][, verbose=0]) - A advanced demo for multi-touch touchscreens.

Run it. Pressing the ESCape key will stop it.

Touch the screen and watch the nice colorful happy blobs
sprinkle to life :)

The demo will try to use the first available touchscreen, or if
there isn’t any touchscreen, the first available touchpad. You
can also select a specific touch device by passing in its ‘dev’
device handle. Use of touchpads usually needs special configuration.
See “help TouchInput” for more info.

You can select a specific screen to display on - usually the screenId
of the touch screen display surface - with the optional ‘screenId’ parameter,
or it will select the default maximum screenId if omitted.

If you set ‘verbose’ to 1, then all the available info about each
touch point will be displayed close to the touch point. As drawing
so much text is very slow, the demo will only update touchpoints
very slowly!

The demo not only tracks and display touches and their location, as
well as their timing. It also uses info about the shape of the contact,
visualizing this as aspect ratio of the drawn rectangle. It tries to
get info about the contacts orientation and draws accordingly. It tries
to get (or derive) info about touch pressure and modulates the brightness
of the rectangle accordingly. One property not used, but available would
be distance for fingers or tools hovering over a touch surface, if that
surface provides that info.

This demo currently works on Linux + X11 display system, not on Linux + Wayland.
It also works on MS-Windows 10 and later.

For background info on capabilities and setup see “help TouchInput”.

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