Multi-Touch Drivers for MAC OS Touch Screens - Black Cat Displays
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Multi-Touch Drivers for MAC OS Touch Screens

Multi-Touch Drivers for MAC OS Touch Screens

Almost any touch monitor will plug n play even on a MAC but will it offer Multi-Touch gestures? Or will it allow for image rotation, Probably No. Multi-Touch capability is possible using a TouchBase driver from Black Cat Displays. The TouchBase driver provides all the gestures you’d expect along with programming features such TUIO and API, a common interface supporting an ever expanding list of touch screen manufacturers allows easy integration and support.

Evaluation drivers are available for testing so you can try before you buy.

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  1. Thomas Hanke-Reply
    March 25, 2018 at 11:47 am

    if your macOS touch driver supports Iiyama displays (more specifically PROLITE TE8668MIS-B1AG), I would be very much interested in an evaluation copy of that driver. Thanks in advance, Thomas Hanke

    • admin-Reply
      March 26, 2018 at 10:03 am

      Hi we can supply driver for most types of touch screen but will require the hardware ID of the controller from System Report-USB-Hub on the Mac. Please use the email on the home page to contact me for more detail.

  2. July 6, 2018 at 3:59 pm

    Dear team,

    we have Macos highSierra 10.13.4 on MacPro (End 2013) the tube.
    We have an edvision touch with the type VL-W2711LOP 27″ .
    Do you have a driver for that 10 point edvision touch?

    Hardware ID of the controller is ILITEK Multi-Touch.

    Cheers Lars

    • admin-Reply
      July 6, 2018 at 4:15 pm

      Hello Lars,
      We can supply a multi-touch driver for Ilitek. There is a cost per screen let me know how many you need.

  3. shaun-Reply
    October 13, 2018 at 4:47 pm

    Dear Team, I am currently running macOS Mojave on a 2012 Mac Mini through an Acer T272HL. I have basic touchscreen working; however, I am looking for a Driver to enable Gestures. Please Help.

    • admin-Reply
      October 15, 2018 at 8:58 am

      Hi Shaun,
      You are in luck. Black Cat Displays resell the TouchBase UPDD driver which supports gestures. The driver is can be downloaded as a try before you buy form the TouchBase website To determine the correct driver TouchBase will need some information from system report-USB Hub which identifies the controller being used for the touch element.


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