If you’ve been wondering why you might want to adopt Windows 7, Bill Lodin has the video for you from MSDEV.
Windows 7 Touch allows developers to create new experiences that go beyond simple mouse pointing, clicking, and dragging. The new multi touch APIs support rich gestures, such as pan, zoom, and rotate. The Windows 7 Multitouch Platform also provides raw touch data inputs and advance manipulation and inertia.
This Video discusses the new touch features of Windows 7 and shows how some software vendor solutions are taking advantage of the touch capabilities of Windows 7. It shows how ISVs can differentiate your application with new natural user interface and experience.
Bruce D. Kyle
ISV Architect Evangelist | Microsoft Corporation