Hardware

DWT’s main feature is interacting with imaging devices like scanners and cameras. In this section, we’ll look at the supported devices.

TWAIN Scanners

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TWAIN Scanners refer to image scanners that have drivers following the TWAIN standard.

Facts about TWAIN

See more: How to use TWACKER to check if your device is TWAIN Compliant?

ICA Scanners

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ICA Scanners refer to image scanners that have drivers designed in accordance with the ImageCaptureCore Framework.

Facts about ICA

See more: How to test if your scanner supports ICA scanning on Mac OS?

SANE Scanners

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SANE Scanners refer to image scanners that have drivers designed in accordance with the SANE API.

Facts about SANE

See more: How to test if your device is SANE compliant?

DirectShow Cameras

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DirectShow Cameras refer to the cameras which can be accessed via the Microsoft DirectShow architecture. These cameras are either built into desktops / laptops or connected via USB.

See more: Is my Camera DirectShow Compliant?

MediaDevices Cameras

MediaDevices Cameras refers to the cameras accessible via the MediaDevices interface. These cameras are either built into desktops/laptops/mobile devices, including phones and tablets, or connected via USB.

DirectShow Cameras and MediaDevices Cameras could refer to the same devices which can be accessed either way.

See more: Is my Camera MediaDevices Compliant?