This is essentially the same request as last July - but I may have formulated it the wrong way. I’d really need to see the moves of the S Pen on the canvas of GfxTablet, for the sake of positioning the S Pen relatively to its previous positions, without having to look at the computer screen. Probably just a matter of putting a pixel at each (x,y) event, and an eraser on the top row tools to erase the canvas from time to time. This stuff can of course be made optional. My guess is that the extra code needed would be fairly small … (Slide Graphic Tablet does this, but has many other drawbacks, and is not open source …)
This tool is awesome!
I would like to know how far we would be from converting any Android device with touch screen to a handwriting input solution, especially for Chinese characters.
There is already a tool called Tegaki that integrates with ibus or scim and allows direct drawing (in a dedicated popup window).
Would it be possible to have a “Tegaki via Android”? I understand having feedback from the screen to the device would be a hassle, but just a drawing area with 3 buttons (validate, delete last stroke, reset).