NComputing has integrated the touch calibration into their firmware. You can calibrate if needed. However, of all of the units we have produced so far, none of them has had to be calibrated, NComputing did such a precise job of integrating our touchscreen metric. Even switching resolutions on the display, the calibration stays perfect.Ripper99 said:Thanks for the quick answers Dwayne, is the touch calibration based on the 3M TouchWare software and if you don't mind me asking how is calibration performed if you have say two UTMA and they need to be calibrated? I suspect the calibration driver must be loaded in the panels firmware?
A photographer I am not. ;-)Ripper99 said:Thanks for the photos and info Dwayne, for better quality try not to take the photos in .gif format as they will only be 256 colors or less..the first one is a .gif and it appears the other two were .gif and you renamed to .jpg?
Taking pictures of monitors isn't easy