PyMT is an open source library for developing multi-touch applications. It is completely cross-platform (Linux/OSX/Win) and released under the terms of the GNU LGPL.
It comes with native support for many multi-touch input devices, a growing library of multi-touch aware widgets, hardware accelerated OpenGL drawing, and an architecture that is designed to let you focus on building custom and highly interactive applications as quickly and easily as possible.
Thanks to PyMT’s pure Python interface, you can take advantage of its highly dynamic nature and use any of the thousands of high quality Python libraries out there. At the same time, performance-critical sections are internally implemented on the C-level to maximize performance.
See http://pymt.eu for more information.
In order to learn PyMT we suggest you start with our DevGuide and by looking at the examples that come with PyMT. There is also an API reference if you are looking for information about a specific class or method call.
You can find the programming guide on the wiki:
|Date:||January 21, 2011|