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  • by SuperCruncher (3330) on 2006.06.14 3:04 (#48185)
    Just tried this on my R52 now - works nicely. Experimenting with $depth and $threshold is quite interesting too. I'm wondering if you can get any other information beyond the X and Y coordinates.

    I think this could be quite useful as a CPAN module.

    • That'd be great. Can you also try This []? It turns your ThinkPad into a lightsaber. If you run from ActivePerl, you need Win32API::File, Win32::GUI and Win32::Sound. The svn repository has .exe file as well.

      Yeah, I'll definitely make it a CPAN module. I'm not sure if we can get more information than the X Y coordinate. Needs more reverse engineering.

    • Hmm, if the X and Y values are reasonably accurate, you can use that as a left-right up-down pair of scroll wheels. Imagine that the display of the laptop is a magnifying glass and you just move it around to have the image move "underneath" it. (I once proposed that concept for a Linux on a watch, you don't need a separate mouse, you just move your arm around.