Saturday, May 12, 2012

Capacitive Touch on Everyday Objects

Capacitive Touch on Everyday Objects
May 9, 2012 6:30 AM
by Adam Flaherty

Capacitive Touch on Everyday Objects

Wouldn't it be cool if everyday objects were as easy to control as a smartphone or tablet? Disney Research in Pittsburg have created a more sensitive version of capacitive touch technology, called Touché, that allows for multi-point gestures on a variety of surfaces and environments. This technology has the potential to create new human computer interactions. If this were available today, how would you use it? [via New Scientist]

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