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Will Touch Sensors Work Properly Even with Hands in Various Gloves?

Previously published in the October edition of ECE Magazine, this article written by Helen Francis from Atmel summarizes test results using gloved hands to operate capacitive touch sensors. The article stipulates that the subject must be dealt with on a case-by-case basis, but says that in general, it is possible to use touch panels as human-machine interface, even […]

My company is developing a sleek new GPS and we’re looking for the right touch solution. We’ve looked at projected capacitive touch screens, but feel the cost will push our product’s price point up too much. What do you suggest?

Hey Touch Guy, My company is developing a sleek new GPS and we’re looking for the right touch solution. We’ve looked at projected capacitive touch screens, but feel the cost will push our product’s price point up too much. Our touch screen requirements are: 4.3″ Screen High Optics Scratch Resistant Anti-Glare Screen Lower Cost Display […]

Which Touch International touch screens are able to withstand extreme temperatures and are suitable for the automotive industry? – Vivek

Dear Vivek, Touch Guy knows that making parts for fighter jets is a whole lot easier than meeting the specifications for the automotive market. There are a few automobile tests that we use to evaluate the effects of temperature extremes on LCDs. The best assessment is the Phoenix test where a car is left in […]