I came across an interesting company called haptyc. It is claimed that an analog resistive multitouch screen can be multitouch-enabled by using their propriety hardware and software. According to haptyc's website, the technology is compatible to existing 4, 5, and wires. It's very interesting but I'm curious if their technology can detect more than two touches. To be sure, I need to read their patents.
Friday, April 18, 2014
Monday, December 9, 2013
This board uses capacitive touch technology and supports up to 12 separate touch electrodes.
WireTouch is the open source multi-touch project and is best fit if you want to build a large capacitive multi-touch sensor. Unlike Touch Board, it supports matrix scanning so as to read signals from large number of channels.
Wednesday, December 4, 2013
Labels: bending sensor
A German company called TST-inno has introduced very awesome sensor technology that can detect the transform of lines or surfaces. The video below shows a demo of 1D sensor application.
The company also offers 2D form sensor: