thomas at gstaedtner.net
Mon Sep 10 09:52:09 CEST 2007
Hehe, we just talked in the german irc channel about that.
The korean company cowon (digital audio and video products) offers a
interesting small touchscreen device for video- and audioplayback.
For their player the use a very interesting stylus which is about the same
size as a guitar pick.
The pick-stylus is attached via a (included) short loop and available as
spare part for about $3 (in the states).
And here's the link:
Imho this would be perfect for the neo, because we have a mounting hole for
the loop in the device :)
Maybe OpenMoko want to order a bunch from cowons manufacturer (maybe FIC is
It's a really great concept of a small and really usable (guitar players
will agree) stylus.
2007/9/10, Raphael Jacquot <sxpert at sxpert.org>:
> Robin Paulson wrote:
> > so, i've been following the discussion on finger-based vs.
> > stylus-based apps. and i thought it might be a good idea to come up
> > with some ideas for something between the two:
> > a short (20-30mm long) piece of kit, attached to the finger end
> > it would not be gripped between fingers and thumb but instead would
> > slip over the end of one finger. it could either be a metal/plastic
> > ring, or a soft, close-fitting cap, such as the rubber types used by
> > money-counters. a point would be needed to apply pressure to the
> > screen - this could be a short piece of metal/plastic, rigidly
> > attached to the ring/cap part of the stylus.
> > myself, i would be more likely to carry one (lot smaller than stylus,
> > cheap to replace if lost) and if it was well-designed it would be
> > virtually unnoticeable by others
> > anyone else see my vision? or am i insane?
> already invented (and probably patented up the wazoo)
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