Posts Tagged ‘tom carden’

More Multi-touch Links (Random Etc.)

Thursday, March 18th, 2010

[Editor's note: See earlier posts on Google Maps multitouch and AS3 in Flash, Flex, and Air, and 3rd. From Tom Carden, a San Francisco-based programmer and designer at Stamen Design.]

Republished from Random Etc.

Here’s a nice overview of how touch events are modelled in mobile Safari on the iphone. Here’s a student paper detailing some multi-touch code architectures and actual code too.

Here’s a nice article on single point gesture recognition for games, here are lovely simple single stroke and multi-stroke gesture recognisers in javascript. Here’s the corresponding paper. Here’s a paper about modelling gestures using Markov chains.

And here’s a gesture recognition discussion thread featuring some of the above links and many more.

Data Visualisation Blogs You Might Not Know About

Wednesday, April 23rd, 2008

This list is lifted straight from Tom Carden’s blog earlier this month (visit his post). Thanks Peter!