I've just got a mouse connected by USB - it only uses the left button. Holding down the button is a long press, but no way to do multi-touch or anything fancy.Nicholas wrote:That's a cool setup! Thanks for sharing that image. Out of curiosity, how does navigating the interface work without a touch-screen? Is there something like a remote control?
Ah ok, sounds like a hardware limitationNicholas wrote: As for Android, if you try the app on a device that supports the recent "low-latency audio" stuff added in newer hardware (like the 2013 Nexus 7), things are much better. (It's actually kind of a funny reverse situation: there are so many pixels there and the graphics hardware so under-powered that you hear the sound before the frame renders!) Android's latency has been a known issue until recently, without any great workarounds.
I wonder what percentage of current android hardware is affected. I think the amount of latency is key as to whether the software is usable on a given device.
I'll stick with the PC version for now.
(n.b. Also tried to download on a Motorola Moto G - but 'Not Compatible')