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WireTouch: An Open Multi-Touch Tracker based on Mutual Capacitance Sensing

Wagner, Armin; Kaindl, Georg


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      "name": "Wagner, Armin"
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  "datePublished": "2016-09-04", 
  "description": "<p>We present a fully disclosed tracking pipeline based on mutual capacitance sensing. We designed both hard- and software to support and foster experimentation. Without the use of vendor-supplied cap-sense ICs and proprietary software parts, every aspect and parameter of the user interface can be modified with ease. This flexibility gives the researcher a high degree of freedom while designing novel interactive systems. The working prototype of an audio-tactile multi-touch map is presented as an exemplary application.</p>", 
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  "keywords": [
    "touch-sensitive interfaces", 
    "capacitive sensor", 
    "open-source hardware", 
    "prototyping"
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  "name": "WireTouch: An Open Multi-Touch Tracker based on Mutual Capacitance Sensing", 
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