Entries by Tech Girl

Learn about Projected Capacitive Touch in FREE Seminar this Friday!

I don’t know about you, but I’ve been SWAMPED lately! I guess people just can’t get enough of touch technology! With that being said, if YOU cannot get enough of touch, Touch International is hosting a FREE touch technology seminar, in conjunction with the Society for Information Display (SID) Texas Chapter, covering projected capacitive touch. It […]

Haptic Response in Mobile Devices

Provide a new way to interact with phones and network services that can be as powerful and useful as the sense of touch itself Improve user performance (speed and accuracy) and reduce complication and stress Increase user satisfaction – people prefer tactile feedback in their mobile phone interactions Enhance the subscriber experience by making phones […]

I’m mounting a projected capacitive touch screen to a 17” monitor and am trying to find out how much of a gap I need to leave between the touch screen and LCD glass. Is the gap dependent upon the type of touch screen used? Also, do you have any suggestions for how to mount it to the LCD or bezel?

Dear Victor: As they say on the London Underground, “Mind the Gap”.  The separation between the back of the touch sensor and the front of the LCD is important for two reasons—optical and electrical. In general, one wants the touch sensor to be as close to the display as practical, so that there is no […]