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Resistive multi-touch pad prototype

Posted on Tuesday, August 21st, 2012 in DIY, sensors, techniques by the machinegeek


Jeri Ellsworth has posted this video detailing her process for prototyping a resistive multi-touch pad. The process is presented in detail for maximum benefit to those unfamilar with the components of these devices.

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