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Are you considering a IPAD compatible version?

Postby pgrant94035 » Wed Jan 29, 2014 12:48 am

Sorry this may cause cat calls, but are you considering making these tools work on IPADs. Ive bench marked the new PIAD and its midway between 13" and 15" Mac Book pro on processing video. There would need to be a USB power adapter, for sure. Certainly that not all. But the IPAd is a very portable instant on platform now with horsepower to make it interesting on a professional level. Solidworks even uses it for interactive augmented reality visualization of 3d CAD models .. :D
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Re: Are you considering a IPAD compatible version?

Postby Martyn » Wed Jan 29, 2014 7:11 am

This is not on the current development plan but has not been ruled out, as you highlighted powering of our devices is obviously an issue, particularly for the higher powered scopes, and if you want to keep it truly portable.

As a first step we are looking at a Mac version of the software, having recently released a Linux version, although again no time scales.
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Re: Are you considering a IPAD compatible version?

Postby pablorivera » Thu Nov 06, 2014 11:49 pm

Hi
I can imagine there is no drivers for Windows CE? or could be possible to re-use something of the current SDK and drivers developed for the Windows Platform ? we are a company that develop devices and sometimes we uses embedded Windows CE controlling OEM parts of other vendors.

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Re: Are you considering a IPAD compatible version?

Postby Martyn » Mon Nov 10, 2014 1:24 pm

We have no plans to support Windows CE
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