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IR Pens / New IR pen, with left and right mouse click and much more..
« on: October 02, 2013, 03:49:01 PM »
For the Vmarker IR-sensor USB wich is based on the same technology as the wiimote we have developed a new IR-pen.

The vmarker pen has a left and right mouse button, it is tip-sensitive, also with the tip you can have left and right mouse click.
In addition this IR-pen also as 3 axis gyro, 3 axis accelero and 3 axis magneto build in. With this it is possible to move the cursor on the screen from remote...

If you try to have the same functionality as the Vmarker IR-sensor and Vmarker pen which do not requiere any software, you would require two wiimotes, an IR-pen, a IR bar, a compatible bluetooth receiver and software and you still would not have all functionality, you still would have no right click..


The vmarker pen uses 2 AAA batteries, is available in black or white



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The exclusive Vmarker is now available.



The Vmarker IR-sensor USB works on Windows, Linux and Mac without installing any software:
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q2zccR1uYYo[/youtube]
Windows 7

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PIdXtlt8mKo[/youtube]
Linux Ubuntu

[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U0U1W4lyfgw[/youtube]
Mac OS

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IR Pens / New Vmarker IR-pen touch
« on: October 10, 2011, 01:10:32 AM »
Hi,

We have a new  IR-pen with left-mouse-button,  right-mouse-button and scroll-button.

The IR-pen has a cpu onboard to control the touch pads and send the necessary data.
The controller also controls the power consumption.
The Ir-pen is power with 2 AA batteries.



http://www.vmarker.org

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IR Pens / Vmarker IR-pen Touch
« on: October 10, 2011, 01:08:57 AM »
Hi,

We have a new  IR-pen with left-mouse-button,  right-mouse-button and scroll-button.

The IR-pen has a cpu onboard to control the touch pads and send the necessary data.
The controller also controls the power consumption.
The Ir-pen is power with 2 AA batteries.



http://www.vmarker.org

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Other IR Products / Vmarker update...
« on: June 09, 2011, 09:16:28 AM »
First prototypes are up and running for a few months now.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=yMUUFGefsUI&feature=player_embedded[/youtube]

First Vmarkers will be available in July.

Now multi-touch is integrated.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-ym77vAOAn8[/youtube]

We have designed an Special multifunctional IR-pen with left and right click and scrolling function, with the use of touch technology.


Learn more on http://www.vmarker.org

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Other IR Products / Alternative to Wiimote IR sensor = IR sensor Vmarker
« on: February 20, 2011, 10:42:39 AM »
An alternative to the wiimote IR sensor itself.

Solves your problems with connection of blue-tooth, no software needed on the computer!!!

The device is connected by USB.
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EbvAerRlag&feature=iv&annotation_id=annotation_381500[/youtube]

It uses the same technology as the wiimote, but everything is integrated in the Vmarker itself.
Transformation of IR-sensor coordinates to mouse coordinates is integrated too. So, the computer, recognizes the Vmarker is a HID device, a mouse and don't need software to be installed.

The price will be way below 100.

Visit http://www.vmarker.org.

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A while back now, I found the wiimote application of the wiimote whiteboard on the internet.

I was very interested because you could make a very cheap whiteboard...

I didn't like the complex, handling to get the wiimote connected to the computer.
I wanted the wiimote to be connected automatically as soon when you turn on your computer.
I didn't find a satisfying solution.  So I've tried to come up with a solution myself.

At first I was looking for a solution where the wiimote is turned on simultaneously with the projector. But this was not a good Idea because if connection fails and you switch of the projector you'll have to wait a while before you can switch it back on to give it another try.

So best the solution would consist in a connection of the wiimote with the PC directly, you won't need any batteries too in the wiimote.
But thinking about that it would be very stupid. Because you would connect the wiimote to the computer to switch it on to afterwards communicate with it over blue-tooth, how stupid is that.

When I'll have to connect the wiimote to the PC to have it  switched on at the right moment, I better could use this connection too to communicate with it. And if that's possible I don't need the blue-tooth with its problems any more.
In fact the real nice thing would be: that you connect the device to your computer and it recognizes the device automatically as a mouse.
But then you would have to transformation the sensor coordinates to mouse coordinates in the device itself. That would be even better because then you wouldn't need any software installed...
If the device made the calculations, it would mean it needed to store the calibration too.
Even better, if the device then could memorise the calibration, you could connect a random computer that recognizes an usb-mouse connect it to the device and you would instantly use the IR-pen on the board.

Obviously, this is not possible with a wiimote. You'll need a IR-sensor like  the wiimote but you'll also need a processor...
This solution should also be as cheap as a wiimote solution, I agree..

Keep on dreaming you are saying, not possible.....

You're wrong!!!

We have build a device which can do this all, it will be as cheap as the wiimote solution, it can use the same IR-pen as the wiimote. But you don't need any software. Simply connect the device over USB to the PC and go...

Goto our newly created website:http://www.vmarker.org where you can find more information about the device. We baptised the device as 'Vmarker'  = Virtual Marker...
Or watch this move...
[youtube]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9EbvAerRlag&feature=iv&annotation_id=annotation_381500[/youtube]

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