Supporting Multiple Pointing Devices in Microsoft Windows ?

  title={Supporting Multiple Pointing Devices in Microsoft Windows ?},
  author={Michael Westergaard},
In this paper the implementation of a Microsoft Windows driver including APIs supporting multiple pointing devices is presented. Microsoft Windows does not natively support multiple pointing devices controlling independent cursors, and a number of solutions to this have been implemented by us and others. Here we motivate and describe a general solution, and how user applications can use it by means of a framework. The device driver and the supporting APIs will be made available free of charge… CONTINUE READING
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