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Wacom tablet input driver
If you have more than tablet device, use the tablet option to select a particular device.
Some of the features may not be available (or always return zero) depending on the tools and the capabilities of your tablet. For example, tangent_pressure is only useful with airbrush tools, and altitude and azimuth are available on pens with ArtZ, Intuos and Intuos 2 devices (but not Graphire tablets).
The Wacom transform polls the tablet each time it receives a unit value via its inlet. Thus, attaching a Ticker transform to the inlet allows periodic polling of the device. To change the responsiveness, adjust the interval of the ticker. The recommended interval for good responsiveness is 10ms (i.e., set the interval of the Ticker to 0.01).
The name "Wacom" is a trademark of Wacom Technology Co.
Note: The Wacom transform is currently only available on Windows platforms.
Wacom: OSW Interface to Wacom Tablet Driver for Windows NT/98/95. (c) 2001-2002 Amar Chaudhary. (c) 1999-2001 Regents of the University of California. \"Wacom\" is a registered trademark of Wacom Technology Co.
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