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Make a touch screen interface from an old Palm PDA…

PalmscreenThis is a great, use an old Palm to control your PC’s music. JT writes “After using several mp3 player thin-clients and other Palm-based Winamp interfaces, I decided to write my own. Basic requirements: Must not require using (and losing) a stylus – Edits playlist order with a single touch/drag – Direct searching Winamp media library and server directory browsing.” Link.

12 thoughts on “Make a touch screen interface from an old Palm PDA…

  1. Yorgle says:

    Anyone gotten anything like this to work with iTunes on Windows?

  2. Yorgle says:

    Anyone gotten anything like this to work with iTunes on Windows?

  3. shanemccallum says:

    Wonderful, I have been thinking about making something like this for a long time but never got around to doing it. Now if only I had a small fanless windows box…. :p

  4. shanemccallum says:

    Wonderful, I have been thinking about making something like this for a long time but never got around to doing it. Now if only I had a small fanless windows box…. :p

  5. jkotrub says:

    This is so cool! Now to only find my serial cradel.

  6. JTSystem says:

    TouchAmp’s GPL’d source code is available for download at http://www.jtsystem.ca/touchamp.htm.

    I’d be delighted if some skilled developers contributed to this project. Some popular feature requests have been: USB/Bluetooth/Wifi connectivity for more recent Palm PDAs.

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