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August 5th, 2015


T1PogoManager SDK for Pogo Connect has been updated to v1.4.2 (build 48) with support for iOS 9. Please note: This release includes LLVM bitcode embedded within the binary, and will therefore cause linker errors in Xcode versions lower than 7. Xcode 6 users can download a special build with bitcode stripped out here. Coalesced touches are new in iOS 9 for devices with higher touch screen scanning rates. Starting with v1.4.2, you can send these coalesced touches to T1PogoManager to obtain information about them. There is no facility for information on predicted touches. The next SDK update is planned for shortly after the latest iOS devices are unveiled in September.

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  • Add
    • Support for coalesced touches on newer devices in iOS 9.
  • Change
    • Removed deprecated (and crashing) CoreBluetooth method calls
    • Removed (UIPopoverController *)scanningPopover and (UINavigationController *)scanningViewControllerForPhone from T1PogoManager.h. Instead, use (UITableViewController *)scanningViewController, wrap it in a navigation controller, and present it with UIPopoverPresentationController. Demo code is available in showScanningUIButtonAction: method of the Demo Project’s main view controller. If you are not able to make the change this round, the older methods are still there and may be used. You will need to declare them as methods of T1PogoManager.

Latest library and demo project Release history for T1PogoManager

July 16th, 2015

The Autograph iOS library has been updated to v1.6.2 (build 34) with support for iOS 9. Please note: This release includes LLVM bitcode embedded within the binary, and will therefore cause linker errors in Xcode versions lower than 7. If you must use Xcode 6, you can download a special build with bitcode stripped out here. Show release notes

  • New
    • Updated lock symbol when including a crypto hash watermark on the signature
    • Added preliminary groundwork for pressure-sensitive screens. We plan to fully implement pressure sensitivity after the release of new Apple devices in September. At that time, the T1SignaturePoint class will have a non-zero pressure property on supported devices.
    • Removed debug symbols for a streamlined binary size.
    • Added LLVM bitcode support.
  • Fixed
    • Crash in iOS 9 caused by unretained png data.
    • Updated T1Autograph.h usage instructions and T1Signature.h description of raw points.

Note: if you’re using CocoaPods, your podfile should show something similar to:

pod 'T1Autograph', '~> 1.6.2'

Latest library and demo project Release history for T1Autograph

May 15th, 2015

2010 brought the launch of iPad. Along with millions of other people, we instantly starting dreaming of all the ways this device could change the way we do things. In particular, we hoped to use it as a more affordable, new kind of graphics tablet. The next few months saw many brave attempts to utilize iPad as a graphics tablet that were somewhat foiled by Apple's imposed limitations. Then, in 2012, a glimmer of hope came with the introduction of the active stylus category and the launch of our Pogo Connect line. Finally having pressure sensitivity and palm rejection features stirred up the creativity that is inside all of us. Amazing digital art popped up overnight--although--even this great achievement left us saying, "if only...." Now it’s 2015, and AstroPad is here. From the first launch, It’s clear that this app was built by a team that knows their stuff. We love that setup that is nearly impossible to get wrong and the connection is reliable, even over wifi. Once setup, AstroPad comes alive under the fingertips with wicked fast drawing and a preview line that shows you live on the iPad where your stroke will land. AstroPad turns your iPad into the graphics tablet you've always wanted. Toss in Pogo Connect 2, and it's a dream come true. Learn more about AstroPad here

May 6th, 2015

Truth: Inspiration of most our products actually comes from the simple goal of enhancing our personal experience. Through the development phase of Mountie, we were pretty focused on how we can spend more time on the couch. Before Mountie, working with multiple screens restricted use to a desk. Now, say hello to my cozy chair in front of the fire. As it turns out having mobile dual screens is much more versatile then we initially imagined. So, here’s a list of all the places I’ve used #mymountie.

1. Office: How awesome is it work and simultaneously watch Netflix, News, any sporting event ( go Liverpool!) or track social media, all at the same time? I’m working out of Guatemala for most of 2015 and Mountie + iPad Air has kept me sane as I’ve transitioned to working solely on laptop. If you are in need of more screen real estate at the office, a mounted iPad is a sweet addition to any set-up. Here’s to hoping iPad Pro is real, magnificently large and mysteriously light. For those of you without a stationary office space, check out this amazing photo from @codersinblack and consider yourself inspired. #multiplescreens #nomadeoffice

2. Home: Let’s be honest, when you’re home you want to use your favorite devices. So go for it. Let Mountie free you to use whatever devices your bound to, wherever you want. 3. Coffee shops: After a few years of working from home, mixing up the environment with a morning trip to a local shop is refreshing. For a while, I was a bit sheepish about actually setting up Mountie while at a coffee shop, I couldn’t help but feel a little bit like this guy.

Then I got over it because having dual screens at a coffee shop is #awesome.

4. Planes: We’ve all been there. Space is limited to essentially what you can hold with your hands. Every time I fly, I’m torn between trying to get some work done on my laptop and just chilling out with a show on the iPad. It’s a tough decision, especially since iPads are now allowed during take-off and landing. Now, the choice is easy, start with a show, add some work while at cruising speeds, end with a show. #perfect. Whether 30 min or 5 hours on the plane, getting a second screen set-up and turning that all so boring flight into both a productive time, #bonus. If you’re in the market for new "on the go" gear for the plane, try the new 12” Macbook + iPad mini + Mountie.

5. Hotels - whether you’re on vacation or #ontheroadagain, it’s great to be able replicate that environment that helps you get into the zone. Sure, it’s not the office, but I bet you find yourself itching to volunteer for the next work trip that pops up just so you can try it out.

Whether you want to add one screen or five, Mountie is the ideal tool. Go ahead, give it a go. #mymountie + your favorite location and let us know where you love using your Mountie.

Dave - Operations guy

April 29th, 2015

Have you ever wondered just what kinds of motion the new Force Touch trackpad is capable of? We sure did, and it inspired a bit of digging around in the latest release of Mac OS X. We discovered an interesting new function in Core Graphics (the part of your Mac that handles events and manages application windows). This function is capable of moving the trackpad in a few pre-defined ways. After a quick inspection, these presets seem to correspond to a variety of “click down” and “click up” motions you might feel when you press the trackpad. To demonstrate these capabilities and also have a little fun, we have released a new app called Finger Massage. Can you guess what it does?

The app is free to download and the source code is released to the public domain on Github. We hope this will serve as a good starting point for other developers. In fact, it is our hope that someone will devise a way to play The Imperial March using only the trackpad. Just to be clear... Finger Massage is not meant to be therapeutic in any way. Also, be careful when running it at work - the cubicle next door will either think you’ve got an electric razor or something less decorous.


Oh yeah - one more thing. We love the idea of using the trackpad for haptic feedback. Inklet has been updated with the ability to nudge the trackpad when inking starts and stops. It can be turned on in the Drawing Preferences tab.

Updates for this new v1.6.1 are rolling out automatically over the next few days. You can get the update immediately by selecting “Check for Updates...” from the Inklet menu.