Video Proof of the Multi-Touch on G1
Last week we ran an article on the fact that somewhere within the G1 and Android was the capability of multi-touch.Â The hidden feature was outed by RyeBry after digging through some code.Â This weekend, he’s updated his site with a proof of concept video that shows two finger touch being recongized on the G1.Â Behold!
Whether or not this becomes a full feature on the G1 remains to be seen.Â This is just the starting point and by no means, anything resembling a finished product or step by step hack.Â What it does show is the possibilities within the G1, more specifically, Android.Â Perhaps the next model(s) to come out running the platform will have the multi-touch enabled right out of the box.
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