[ { "title": "Method for providing multiple mouse inputs in a remote desktop session", "publication_date": "2012/15/02", "number": "08788950", "url": "/2012/02/15/method-for-providing-multiple-mouse-inputs-in-a-remote-desktop-session/", "abstract": "A computer (host), which is communicating with an interactive whiteboard projector (client) through a remote desktop connection, launches third-party applications supporting multiple mice (i.e. drawing pens) and provides these applications with virtual mouse device and input event signals for each pen device connected on the projector. The applications will behave as if the host system were configured with multiple installed mice, though no added driver or physical connected hardware is present.", "owner": "Seiko Epson Corporation", "owner_city": "Tokyo", "owner_country": "JP" } ]