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Offline midwinter

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on: August 15, 2009, 07:00:45 AM
We're building tables using the wiimote and Smoothboard.

Can anyone give advice about how we can easily flip the screen 180 degrees without having to recalibrate? (Either in Vista or 7?)

The reason for this is that we want children to be able to work around the table and be easily able to flip the screen if they are standing on the other side.




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Reply #1 on: August 15, 2009, 09:00:40 PM
We're building tables using the wiimote and Smoothboard.

Can anyone give advice about how we can easily flip the screen 180 degrees without having to recalibrate? (Either in Vista or 7?)

The reason for this is that we want children to be able to work around the table and be easily able to flip the screen if they are standing on the other side.



Hi,

Can you describe in more detail your setup?
I am not sure about how you are flipping the screen. :)

Thanks.

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Reply #2 on: August 15, 2009, 09:31:33 PM
midwinter
As soon as the Wiimote, and display change relative relationship you need to recalibrate. If the display & the Wiimote move in relation to each other no calibration required.

Given all writing is digital why to you want to flip surface why not just flip the screen in a digital sense?

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