Ask Touch Guy! I have made mention of how we propeller-heads love the challenges you crazy design engineers give us. But, as exotic requests go, you have thrown us a soft ball. In the old days of resistive and surface capacitive, we have made Cartesian touch sensors that were circular, triangular, spherical, and even a hexagon … Continue reading »
I am in need of an oddly-shaped, custom projected capacitive multi-touch display that is waterproof, able to work with varying pressure, and provides maximum velocity for input acquisition and transmission to controller. The dimensions of the sensor need to be 460mm long and the widths need to be 42mm and 58mm respectively; the boarder must be narrow at 1-2mm (maybe made of plastic or aluminum). It is also important that the electronics work with Linux.
Dive into the world of multi-touch with Touch International, exploring the features, functions and future of multi-touch technology! Title: Putting the ‘Touch’ in Multi-Touch: an in-depth look at the future of interactivity Date: Wednesday, April 20, 2011 Time: 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM CDT After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about … Continue reading »