With the release of Windows 7, we now have native support for multi-touch in our applications. As long as the hardware can register multiple, simultaneous touches, Windows 7 can handle it. In addition, .NET 4.0 and WPF 4.0 now have built-in support for multi-touch coding. This article will show you how to utilize these features. I wrote a multi-touch robot control app to demonstrate the new features. This was written using Visual Studio 2010 beta 2 and WPF 4.0.