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Touché: Enhancing Touch Interaction on Humans, Screens, Liquids, and Everyday Objects [Science]
posted October 16 2013 6:59.31 by spic0m

Touché proposes a novel Swept Frequency Capacitive Sensing technique that can not only detect a touch event, but also recognize complex configurations of the human hands and body. Such contextual information significantly enhances touch interaction in a broad range of applications, from conventional touchscreens to unique contexts and materials.

[Link: DisneyResearchHub]

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