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 on: Today at 11:28:22 AM 
Started by bumhee34 - Last post by rackoony
Maybe I found the answer here in this Korean blog:
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Optimal position, tablet coordinates, and monitor refresh rate control also help you tremble.

(Based on the AOC monitor), the scan rate was changed to 51 Hz, except for slight tremors

In the real working area, I felt no tremors, and the pointers fit correctly
Impressed

I hope this helps anyone looking for info on the AOC.

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 on: November 16, 2017, 09:29:40 AM 
Started by hyj2653 - Last post by hyj2653
Hello everyone!

Might see me in previous topic which 'bumhee34' have been posted.

http://forum.bongofish.co.uk/index.php?topic=2638.0





I've almost done my DIY project, and I think it's time to post on the bongofish forum.




These are the main parts that I've used.


Tablet : Wacom intuos 4 (PTK-640)

LCD : B101UAN02.1  (IPS, 10.1, 1920*1200, 8BIT)

Capacitive Touch Digitizer : VS101TC01-A2  (10Point)

OS : Windows 10 after RS1 (to use touch ignore function while using pen)

Extra : USB switch hub, Potentiometer which have on/off switch function on it, lots of tapes and 3D ABS filaments...







More Things to do : Close the rear boards case, Print io port sheild and close it, stand holder installation.


and good to go.




https://drive.google.com/open?id=1rXsb34R7eGWvzRWCEpAqeFuGAW0-VK6m

Almost assembled DIY tablet (only rear board cover and stand holder is missing)



https://drive.google.com/open?id=1ue0KQpR8eLF-Lj3Q8odKTzvTJjDmCze9

I don't wanna connect two USB wire for each tablet and touch.

So, it gathered in to USB hub and connected as USB Micro B type (aka.oldschool android phone port)



Here is video of testing pen, touch, touch ignored when pen recorgnized, palm rejection function.

https://youtu.be/_ulZeTWfpY4



I'll upload more notes and full making film when I've finished  Smiley

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 on: November 11, 2017, 09:44:53 PM 
Started by ZabijackyZajda - Last post by DaBotz
I think that the Giano "is" the digitzer behind Huion 15.6" "Cintiq" (The Huion Kamvas GT-156 hd), so any 15,6" [16:9] or 15,4" [16:10] screen should do.

(eventually, check on the Simtiq Planner, as I am not sure the 15.4 wouldn't end inside the band of "fast shortcuts" placed at the top of the Giano).  

Unfortunately, as far as I know, nobody has tried to use the Giano to date, so there is no ready recipe (I tried once with the Huion H610... it didn't go as well as I hoped,as the LG LP116WH2 that I chose really messed things up).

Try with a good  15.6 16:9 full-HD screen (the GT-156 is full-HD, so probably the frequencies in the Giano are already trimmed to "live" with a full-HD)


On a side note, if you already have the Giano tablet, let us know how it goes.

If you still have to buy the tablet, consider the fact that the aforementioned GT-156hd clocks in at about 600 bucks - you can also find 21.5" GT220 on amazon for 500,  but you should look for  a Rev 2 or Rev 3, as the intial model was a bit botched- and it comes with a warranty and a decent support.

The Giano costs about 140  bucks (last time I eyed one), a good screen can set you back a hundred then one may need some ancillaries, so the economic convenience of building on the Huion is questionable (and really depends on how confident you are at modding the LCDs... a couple of burnt screens and you are on par with the cost of the Kamvas )... they do not really gauge one's left eye for their machines.

Personally, I thought about giving a try to the Giano, but I realized that for the cost of the tablet alone I could build another of my Intuos 2 "A3" machines (In fact. I managed to build my last one with little more than 150 Euros) .

And... I just love the Intuos2.


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 on: November 11, 2017, 09:35:38 PM 
Started by bernard - Last post by Ertew
I just found a problem in intuos5 template. There may be bug in template, WaxBee firmware or drivers itself. Full story below.

I migrated my WaxBee tablet from intuos2 to intuos5. To do this I chose right template, set "serial input" same as on my working intuos2 template, upload firmware and have great surprise.
Only upper-left quater of tablet working. Right half and bottom half sends cursor to the edge of screen. Very strange.
Next I chose diagnostic option build in Wacom drivers. This shows me that screen respond perfectly in mm but drivers scaling data, actually doubling input value. More funny I can actually fix this by option "chose area of tablet". But clicking on edges gives me one marker at edge of active area of the tablet and next 3 markers far beyond tablet. Pretty funny.
Solution: set exactly half values in "USB tablet max coordinates" in WaxBee configuration editor. But why these values doesn't match?
Wacom driver version 6.1.7-3

Working template attached.

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 on: November 11, 2017, 12:05:14 PM 
Started by ZabijackyZajda - Last post by ZabijackyZajda
I have one build with Wacom, so i need to now if it possible make cintiq from Huion.Tablet huion giano (13,8"x8,6")? Any idea with compatible screen for it?

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 on: November 07, 2017, 06:44:18 PM 
Started by bumhee34 - Last post by rackoony
If this doesn't prove multitouch is possible in windows 7, then nothing will  Grin
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4Ri3O5WR9A

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 on: November 07, 2017, 06:14:11 PM 
Started by bumhee34 - Last post by rackoony
It looks like someone already wrote a multi-touch driver for windows 7: http://multitouchvista.codeplex.com
Might be a good start, as it's got code examples and documentation. There might be an api to interact with the driver. I know wacom has an api to grab their tablet's data. So what would probably have to be written is an application that just waits for a "pen in range" and "pen out of range" and enables or disables the touch.  Seems simpler now....I guess  Smiley

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 on: November 07, 2017, 05:48:40 PM 
Started by bumhee34 - Last post by DaBotz
Theoretically, one could write a "filter driver" to hook in the devices chain, to cut out the touch input when the pen hovers the active area (as far as I can tell, it is the same method used by Wacom).

Of course, writing drivers is not the simplest thing to do....

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 on: November 07, 2017, 03:44:39 AM 
Started by bumhee34 - Last post by rackoony
So there's no other way to have palm rejection and ignore touch input when using the pen?
Do these panels come with any driver software?

I'm not a fan of windows 10 (and avoid it like the plague), but at the same time I can understand you not wanting to fiddle with the software side of things.  I wonder how easy it would be to add a capacitive touch panel for something like a Cintiq 21UX. Would Windows 10 deal with it in the same manner? 

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 on: November 06, 2017, 01:33:09 PM 
Started by bumhee34 - Last post by bumhee34
Hi all.
I had no updates for long time.

I have good news for DIY tablet guys.

Now, we can build a LCD tablet with finger touch with palm rejection EASILY! In addition, obviously multitouch Smiley
(though you must use Windows 10)

I luckly found this option after windows update (maybe after redstone 1?)


Yeah, there is a option for so called palm rejection.
Finally, Windows 10 provides this functionality in a native way.

SO? I start a new build.
I will modify my 15" mod DIY tablet (already LCD tablet) to have multitouch funtionality.

I have two 15" modded tablets (identical specs), which are from Intuos 3 (PTZ-930) + HV150UX2 (1600x1200).

Here is the plan,
1. I will remove tempered glasses on my modded tablets.
2. Will buy capacitive touch panels (sure, 15" 4:3), there are many sellers in taobao.com I will decide in this week which one I will buy.
3. Simply re-design my housing. Due to bezel size of the touch panel, I will remove touch stripts of Intuous 3, and I do not need them anymore once I have multitouch panels.

+ More good news is that most of capacitive touch panels use tempered glasses.

I though I might be the first person to build this thing, but I found out my friend (Mr. Ha, hyj2653) already did this on Intuous 4.
He told me that multitouch + palm rejection works great, and he only needs to cut the intuous 5 case to fin the panel in it.

Basically, he already made what I want. The differences are the tablet size and panel size.


Anyway, good luck to me Smiley

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