Microsoft Surface Manipulations and Inertia Sample for Microsoft Silverlight

This package contains a sample that uses Microsoft Surface manipulations and inertia in Microsoft Silverlight.
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    Microsoft Surface Silverlight Manipulations and Inertia

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      Multitouch support in Windows 7 allows applications to blur the lines between computers and the real world. Touch-optimized applications entice users to touch the objects on the screen, drag them across the screen, rotate and resize them, and flick them across the screen by using their fingers. The manipulations and inertia processor classes allow graphical user interface (GUI) components to move in a natural and intuitive way. Manipulations enable users to move, rotate, and resize components by using their fingers. Inertia enables users to move components by applying forces on the components, such as flicking the component across the screen. The contents of this sample are covered by the Microsoft Surface SDK 1.0 SP1 license agreement, with any additional restrictions noted in the Readme file. The purpose of this download is educational use only and is made available "as-is" without support.
  • Supported Operating System

    Windows 7, Windows Server 2003, Windows Vista, Windows XP

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      • Core Requirements
        • .NET Framework 3.5 SP1
        • Microsoft Visual Studio 2008 SP1
      1. Download the file to your local hard disk drive and then extract its contents.
      2. Read the readme.txt file at the root of the folder for more information.
    • For additional information about how to use Microsoft Touch in Microsoft Silverlight, see the related link.
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