`On Tue, Mar 27, 2018 at 06:57:42AM +0000, Jonas Mark (BT-FIR/ENG1) wrote:> > > +	/* calculate Rz (pressure resistance value) by equation:> > > +	 * Rz = Rx * (x/Q) * ((z2/z1) - 1), where> > > +	 * Rx is x-plate resistance,> > > +	 * Q  is the touch screen resolution (8bit = 256, 12bit = 4096)> > > +	 * x, z1, z2 are the measured positions.> > > +	 */> > > +	rz  = z2 - z1;> > > +	rz *= x;> > > +	rz *= bu21029->x_plate_ohms;> > > +	rz /= z1;> > > +	rz  = DIV_ROUND_CLOSEST(rz, SCALE_12BIT);> > > +	if (rz <= bu21029->max_pressure) {> > > +		input_report_abs(bu21029->in_dev, ABS_X, x);> > > +		input_report_abs(bu21029->in_dev, ABS_Y, y);> > > +		input_report_abs(bu21029->in_dev, ABS_PRESSURE, rz);> > > > What is the values of pressure reported when finger is touching the> > surface? IOW is 'rz' pressure or resistance?> > Rz is pressure measured in Ohms. That is, it is a resistance which> correlates with finger pressure.> > I fear that I do not understand your question. Does ABS_PRESSURE have> to be reported in a specific unit, e.g. milli Newton? We thought that> it is a device specific scale and that it will be converted into a> calibrated value (just like the coordinates) in user space.What I was trying to say is that it is expected that ABS_PRESSURE valuesgrow the harder you press on the screen, and reduce back to 0 whenfinger is about to be removed from the surface. Here, it seems, we havethe opposite case, where resistance decreases the harder you press andincreases up to some maximum value when you remove the finger.IOW, I think you want to report:		input_report_abs(bu21029->in_dev, ABS_PRESSURE,				 bu21029->max_pressure - rz);Thanks.-- Dmitry`