PointerEvent interface represents the state of a DOM event produced by a pointer such as the geometry of the contact point, the device type that generated the event, the amount of pressure that was applied on the contact surface, etc.
The height (magnitude on the Y axis), in CSS pixels, of the contact geometry of the pointer.
Indicates if the pointer represents the primary pointer of this pointer type.
Indicates the device type that caused the event (mouse, pen, touch, etc.)
The normalized pressure of the pointer input in the range 0 to 1, where 0 and 1 represent the minimum and maximum pressure the hardware is capable of detecting, respectively.
The normalized tangential pressure of the pointer input (also known as barrel pressure or cylinder stress) in the range -1 to 1, where 0 is the neutral position of the control.
The plane angle (in degrees, in the range of -90 to 90) between the Y-Z plane and the plane containing both the transducer (e.g. pen stylus) axis and the Y axis.
The plane angle (in degrees, in the range of -90 to 90) between the X-Z plane and the plane containing both the transducer (e.g. pen stylus) axis and the X axis.
The clockwise rotation of the transducer (e.g. pen stylus) around its major axis in degrees, with a value in the range 0 to 359.