Project guidance will be greatly appreciated.
I´m developing a touch keyboard for a specific therapeutic application that can´t use a LCD/OLED/TFT screen (because of the light emissions). ePaper Displays (EPDs) with capacitive touch overlays add a level of complexity from their integration plus the associated libraries are available only in C.
As an alternative, I found an ePaper notebook that runs Android 11 and, after interacting with their product support, they confirmed that it can load and run 3rd party apps.
I´m somewhat versed in C++ and Python and I´d rather sweat it out with C libraries than going into the standard Android development framework. Choose the lesser evil.
This is where MIT AI could be a lifesaver if it can manipulate an ePaper touchscreen. Refresh rate (usually an issue with EPDs) is not a problem for this use case (very slow typing and some feedback).
I build this prototype using a microcontroller to test the letterboard concept in the associated therapeutic environment (autism).
The ePaper notebook I found is the Onyx Boox Note Air 2 Plus
Many thanks for any and all comments!