Universal Multi Touch
As mentioned, wePresent devices are perfectly suited to combine with touch displays. For wePresent to work optimally, the connected touch display needs to be a 'Standard HID' touch display. If this is the case, then you simply connect the USB cable from the touch display to the wePresent and you will instantly be able to control the wePresent interface on the touch display.
Because most common touch displays are Standard HID, your MirrorOp software is by default set to 'Universal Multi Touch'. This means that whenever a user projects his Win/Mac computer with MirrorOp, that the user can be instantly controlled on the touch display, wirelessly! (up to 10-points).
Simulate as local USB
In some cases the connected touch display may not be a Standard HID display. This means it will not be recognized directly by the wePresent and/or the MirrorOp software. If this is your situation, then you can set your MirrorOp software to 'Simulate as local USB', to mimic as if the touch display was connected directly to the USB port of user's computer. This may give correct touch control over the projected user.
NOTE: When your touch display requires 3rd party drivers/software to work, it is likely not Standard HID!