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In the past two years, hardware vendors have released drivers for multi-touch devices running on Windows 7. Since direct injection of multi-touch input uses the Human Interface Device (HID) for USB protocol, it represents a new way of transferring touch data to client applications acting as an alternative to the Tangible User Interface protocol (TUIO) previously introduced. Anecdotally, TUIO has been criticized in the past for slowing applications down because of noticeable latency gaps betweendoi:10.11575/prism/25977 fatcat:eclwfebyw5aijfpctixb3krgqi